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100% Pure Pumpkin Seed Oil
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Reviews For Toasted Pumpkin Seed Oil
Based on 5 Reviews
Excellent, sells out fast
Not a strong flavor but that's a good thing. It's a very healthy oil to apply to almost anything after cooking, always after. The color is similar to balsamic vinegar, very dark, so it's good for presentation and decorating.
Great for the body and adds flavor to my shakes. Pumpkin seed has been said to make worms sleep, easy to dispel. Don't have any and don't want any
Pumpkin flavor galore
If you're into pumpkin flavor like I am, this oil is perfect. I use it in pretty much anything that makes sense, so that would be coffee, protein shakes, as a light coating for my stir-fry rice dish and also in my baking recipes for my home made bread. It's not an overpowering pumpkin flavor, but you can definitely taste it, and it's pure, so nothing artificial added.
- Joyce Holmes
I really like this Pumpkin seed oil. It has a rich flavor and I have made a really great Pumpkin Vinegarette for salads that my family absolutely loved. It is really great in soup for a different flavor, and I added some to my pumpkin sauce and it was really great in that too.
- Sally P. Stein
Pumpkin and Pumpkin
This is by far, the best tasting pumpkin seed oil available. The rich, nutty flavor adds taste to salads, especially when accompanied by toasted pumpkin seeds, topping the salads. Excellent
- Ms. Myers
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