I’ll be honest with you all. I had NEVER tried Walnut Oil before now.
So, when I was able to do a walnut oil review for Emile Noël Artisan Oils I did what I do when I’m not familiar with something – I googled it.
I found all sorts of recipes and other suggestions as simple as drizzling over pasta along with salt, pepper and fresh parmesan.
And so I tried it that way – drizzled over Costco tortellini (don’t judge) with some salt, pepper and parmesan. Ooooh, yummy.
And then I tried it in a homemade salad dressing instead of olive oil. Wow! I loved the creamy, nutty flavor it added.
Prior to trying walnut oil for the first time, I had never heard of Emile Noël artisan oils. But, I’m a new fan. It’s a family-run oil mill founded in 1920 in the south of France.
Here is why I am a new fan of Emile Noël artisan oils:
♦ they were the first oil millers in France to press organically-farmed seeds
♦ they have ONLY ever produced and marketed organic and non-GMO products – and organic foods have higher levels of Vitamin C and E, essential fatty acids, magnesium and more! *They have also gone on to become Non-GMO Project verified. Learn more about that here.
♦ they operate an organic-sesame supply chain in the north-east of Africa (fair trade)
♦ their oils are first cold-pressed virgin oils – this retains the value of their fatty acids and their vitamins
A Variety of Oils
Emile Noël offers over 20 organic virgin vegetable oils, including blended ones:
Fair trade sesame oil
Fair trade toasted sesame oil
Hi olieic refined sunflower oil spray
Pumpkin seed oil
Fair trade hazelnut oil
Macadamia nut oil
Sweet almond oil
Olive Oils – 2 types
To help celebrate non-GMO month, they are offering one lucky reader a FREE bottle of one of their oils.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.