Q: What makes Ulli’s Oils so different?
A: Supermarket oils are filtered, refined, bleached, deodorized to increase shelf life; not much nutritional value remains in the oil.
Ulli’s oil are healthier as they are untreated and unfiltered.
Ulli’s Oils taste better. At the same time they have high nutritional value.
Instead of taking supplements, just eat fresher healthier food.
Q: How to taste oils?
A: Place a drop of oil on the back of your hand, smell, then lick the oil or pour it onto a spoon.
Q: How to use cold pressed oils in the kitchen?
A: Best used cold to drizzle on salads, soups, make dips. All oils can be slightly warmed. Use the lowest heat possible. Ulli’s Oils are not suitable for deep-frying or searing. However, it is fine to use sunflower and canola oil for gently sautéing or steaming.
Q: How should oils be stored?
A: The bottles can be kept at room temperature out of direct sunlight. The oils are bottled in dark, opaque bottles to preserve them best. During hot summer months put them in fridge.
Q: How long are the oils good for?
A: Up to one year or longer. The oils though taste better the fresher they are. Buy in small quantities and refill your bottles regularly. Ulli’s Oils are pressed on demand so you get the freshest oil possible.
Q: What is oil pulling and how do I do it?
A: A way to simply detox and strengthen your body by sipping and swishing of high-quality oils. Benefits the entire body and can aid the detoxification and strengthening of the immune system.
After getting up in the morning, on an empty stomach, put a teaspoon of our sunflower oil in the mouth and swish it around slowly for 20 minutes.
The oil pulling method can benefit dental problems, bleeding of gums, headaches, bronchitis, and more. Oil pulling also reduces bacteria and germs in the mouth. Spit the oil out (milky consistency), rinse out your mouth a few times with lukewarm water, then brush your teeth well.
Q: What is mixed crop cultivation?
A: It is the cultivation of two or three crops to suppress weeds, to get synergistic effects in the quality of one plant, better nutrient uptake and crop stability. It supports bees.