Casa de l’Oli’s oils are perfect for creating meals and snacks with that next level, mouth-watering richness and depth of flavour. Our flavoured oils also provide masterful meals with a fraction of the effort!
Our oils are perfect on their own, with breads for dipping as well as a gourmet finishing drizzle on any meal, salad or dessert. A healthier and superior choice on many levels, Casa de l’Oli oils will be sure to add that extra special touch to all your culinary dishes!
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*When it comes to cooking, a lot has been said about using Olive Oil. It is however a known fact that olive oil is full of healthy, monounsaturated fats, which help reduce bad cholesterol and lower risk of heart disease and stroke. Where some discussion has occurred, is on the issue of olive oil’s “Smoke Point” or the temperature at which the oil starts to break down, lose its health benefits and produce chemicals that aren’t all that good for you. And olive oil has a relatively low smoke point — 160°C for extra virgin and 215°C for virgin which has raised the question of whether it is safe to use for sautéing.. Well there is no mystery about it! It is perfectly simple to lightly sauté or otherwise cook your food before reaching that smoke point. Keep your cooker hob down if you don’t want your extra virgin olive oil to reach its smoke point: The average cooker hob is 121°C to 176°C on medium/low heat, so try to aim for the lower end of that range, especially if you’re cooking with cold-pressed extra virgin oils. [Source: HuffPost Healthy Living.]