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100% cold pressed Australian Macadamia Nut Oil
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Reviews For Macadamia Oil
Based on 13 Reviews
very satisied coustomer
love it. Is every thing advertised .needs a life time supply
- james boyd
Great for cooking
I reciently discovered that olive oil was not a preferred cooking method because of its low burning point. This oil is much better for all types of cooking and it has a great flavor.
Best of the best
We love this oil. Great off the spoon to get your omegas, great for your higher temperature sauteing, great in salad dressings.
Super Delicious and Soothing for Skin
I use this to drizzle over salads, in my protein shakes, and sometimes just take a teaspoon becuse it is so delicious! I also use this under the eyes, on the lips and whole face. It is super moisturizing and smoothing.
Natural flavor cooking
I've recently been cooking with macadamia oil.
I find it brings out the natural flavor of the food one is cooking.
My main ingredients for stove top cooking are:
Macadamia oil medium heat in a non-stick skillet, sliced garlic lengthwise, a thumb of sliced garlic, a half red onion diced.
Brown the garlic, add the ginger, then the onion - put the steak, fish or chicken on top of the ingredients and cook the first side 2-4 minutes (I find it best to let the item sit at room temperature prior to cooking), then the 2nd side as indicated above (again depending on the temperature of the item to be cooked).
When done the oil with the seasonings to be added to the top of your dish!
Yummy for the tummy I!!!
- James greenblat
My go to oil for roasting, dressing and marinade. Light taste and better for you. Best deal for cost as well 6 dollars more at my local Farmer's Market and the store, if they have it.
We're on the Paleo diet, so we're cooking a lot of meat, and using this macadamia oil is great for bringing out flavor. We like that it has a sweetness to it, and it's also unrefined. It's also outstanding as a light salad oil, and drizzled over natural popcorn.
- Jacqueline A.
I bought this oil at a health food store the first time and paid nearly $18 for it. Then I went online, did some comparison shopping, and found this on Thrive for less than $10. Amazon has it for $15 or more. This is great oil to cook with, it doesn't smoke and it's great at high heat. It's healthy and flavorful and it doesn't leave that heavy oily residue.
- Carl Mayberry
Buying my second bottle!
Love this oil! I used my first bottle up un a few weeks! I made blackened grouper with this and it was perfect! I also used to make my balsamic vinegar salad dressing & it was again perfect! It's a great oil and it's good for you!
I bought my first bottle of this oil on closeout at the grocery and was impressed that macadamia nut oil would taste so good, almost even better than the nuts themselves. Its great on salads and makes divine mayonnaise. I'm so glad that Thrive is carrying it.
I have used this oil in place of butter as I transition from dairy and I am really, really pleased with its taste and consistency. It is light, slightly nutty and delightful. I tried it for the first time and now I'm back buying 3 bottles of it.
So glad you provide this. It's my go to oil for salad.
The taste of this oil is superior to any other macadamia or olive oils I have ever had. It has a light sweetness to it that is indescribably good, and the oil is unrefined which is sometimes harder to find with macadamia nut oil. Great product worth the cost, I have not been able to find this in local grocery or health food stores.
- Suzanne J
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