Hazelnut Oil refined
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Hazelnut oil refined in other languages:
Haselnussöl raffiniert, Hazelnut oil refined, Huile de noisette raffinée, Αποξηραμένο λάδι φουντουκιού, Olio di nocciole raffinato, Óleo de avelã refinado, Масло из фундука очищено, Refinado aceite de avellana
CORYLUS AVELLANA SEED OIL
The hazelnut shrub:
The Europe to Asia Minor widespread Hazel was cultivated in the earliest time because of its oily seeds and serves as food. The hazelnut is the only nut originating in Europe. The hazel blooms in winter and bears fruit the following autumn. The flowers are yellow, green to red. The nuts are brown. The shrub has a reddish-gray, shining bark. The leaves are of oval, round to heart-shaped form.
How hazelnut oil refined is produced:
The nuts are usually harvested by shaking the shrub after laying out fabric. Subsequently, the crop is dried in an airy, low-moisture place. Then the hazelnuts are freed from the shell and finally pressed. Then the oil is refined.
The refining process consists of the steps degumming, neutralization (only if the acid number is >4), bleaching (if the color values require it), deodorization (about 1.5h at 210°C.). The final stage of the refining process is thus the deodorizing, which is why the declaration of the hazelnut oil as "deodorized" would also be permissible and true. That is why we can provide our hazelnut oil with the attribute R = refined.
The hazelnut oil refined is a light-yellow liquid with neutral smell and taste.
Relative composition of hazelnut oil refined:
Hazelnut oil refined and its applications:
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