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Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g
Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g

The milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a remarkably pretty, violet-flowering plant with spiky stems and leaves which belongs to the composite plants. It is mainly to be found in the Mediterranean region, and grows there on dry, stony ground, at the sides of paths and livestock pastures. From its seed-like fruit, an effective substance complex can be obtained which is named based on the scientific designation for the milk thistle, Silymarin. Only healthy livers can produce bile, which is important for the digestion. This is why we have added the substance choline, which is like a vitamin and is proven to contribute towards a normal lipometabolism and helps maintain and normal, healthy liver function. The trace element zinc is a component of many enzymes and makesan important contribution towards a normal metabolism, inlcuding fats, fatty acids, carbohydrates and proteins. Each capsule contains 200 mg dry extract of milk thistle fruits.

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Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml
Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml

This high quality organic frying oil is cold-pressed from the best, controlled, organically grown high-oleic sunflower seeds and then deodorized. It has excellent heat stability and is therefore perfect for frying, cooking, roasting, deep fat frying, for wok dishes and for fondues etc. Fried foods are crispy on the outside and sty succulent inside. With its mild, neutral taste and its high content of unsaturated fatty acids, this oil is also perfect for food and dishes when the oil's own aroma should not be tasted e.g. for mayonnaise, salad dressings or marinades.

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Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g
Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g

Food supplement for HER and HIM with oyster concentrate, prickly pear blooms, royal jelly, zinc, vitamin E and the potential out of the Peruvian maca root. Oysters Maca Active capsules complete the daily alimentation with these important energy-giving substances. Zinc helps maintain normal levels of testosterone in the blood.

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Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml
Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml

This "feel-good spa" contains the caring, skin-friendly ingredients of Aloe Vera (50%) together with harmonious fragrances, resulting in a bathing experience full of relaxation and enjoyment. The natural moisturising factors and the healthy active substances of aloe vera help to maintain your skin smooth and supple. The unique eudermic qualities of aloe vera have already been known since the antiquity, why the “Queen of the desert” is not only much appreciated by people with skin problems.

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Why is the frying oil green?

The frying oil may appear green due to the presence of chlorophyll from the food being cooked. For example, when frying green vege...

The frying oil may appear green due to the presence of chlorophyll from the food being cooked. For example, when frying green vegetables like spinach or kale, the chlorophyll in the vegetables can transfer to the oil, giving it a green hue. Additionally, the oil may also turn green if it is reused multiple times and has broken down, causing it to oxidize and change color. It is important to monitor the quality of the oil and replace it when necessary to ensure food safety and taste.

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Keywords: Oxidation Chlorophyll Temperature Degradation Chemical Reaction Light Quality Storage Contamination

Is old oil better for frying?

Old oil is not necessarily better for frying. Over time, oil can become rancid and develop off-flavors, which can affect the taste...

Old oil is not necessarily better for frying. Over time, oil can become rancid and develop off-flavors, which can affect the taste of the food being fried. Additionally, old oil may have a lower smoke point, which can lead to the oil breaking down and producing harmful compounds when heated to high temperatures. It is generally recommended to use fresh oil for frying to ensure the best flavor and safety.

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Which oil is good for frying?

Oils with high smoke points are best for frying, as they can withstand the high temperatures without breaking down and producing h...

Oils with high smoke points are best for frying, as they can withstand the high temperatures without breaking down and producing harmful compounds. Some good options for frying include canola oil, peanut oil, sunflower oil, and vegetable oil. It is important to avoid using oils with low smoke points, such as olive oil or flaxseed oil, for frying as they can become rancid and release toxic compounds when heated to high temperatures.

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Keywords: Canola Peanut Sunflower Avocado Coconut Olive Vegetable Corn Soybean Grapeseed

Do you use rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, or olive oil for frying?

I recommend using rapeseed oil or sunflower oil for frying, as they have higher smoke points compared to olive oil. This means the...

I recommend using rapeseed oil or sunflower oil for frying, as they have higher smoke points compared to olive oil. This means they can withstand higher temperatures without burning, making them more suitable for frying. Additionally, rapeseed oil and sunflower oil have neutral flavors that won't overpower the taste of the food being fried.

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Which oil is best for frying meat?

When frying meat, it is best to use oils with high smoke points to prevent them from burning and imparting a bitter taste to the m...

When frying meat, it is best to use oils with high smoke points to prevent them from burning and imparting a bitter taste to the meat. Some good options for frying meat include canola oil, peanut oil, and vegetable oil. These oils can withstand high temperatures without breaking down, resulting in a crispy and delicious exterior on the meat.

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Keywords: Canola Peanut Sunflower Vegetable Olive Coconut Avocado Corn Grapeseed Lard

Can frying oil be reused multiple times?

Yes, frying oil can be reused multiple times as long as it is properly maintained. It is important to filter the oil after each us...

Yes, frying oil can be reused multiple times as long as it is properly maintained. It is important to filter the oil after each use to remove any food particles that can cause it to break down faster. Additionally, the oil should be stored in a cool, dark place to prevent it from going rancid. However, it is recommended to discard the oil once it starts to smoke excessively or develop a strong odor, as this indicates that it has broken down and is no longer safe to use.

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Where to dispose of old frying oil?

Old frying oil should never be poured down the drain as it can clog pipes and harm the environment. Instead, it can be disposed of...

Old frying oil should never be poured down the drain as it can clog pipes and harm the environment. Instead, it can be disposed of in a few different ways. Some options include taking it to a local recycling center, using it to make homemade candles or soap, or mixing it with absorbent materials like cat litter before throwing it in the trash. It's important to check with your local waste management facility for specific guidelines on how to properly dispose of old frying oil in your area.

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How can one store frying oil properly?

To store frying oil properly, it is important to first allow the oil to cool completely before transferring it to a storage contai...

To store frying oil properly, it is important to first allow the oil to cool completely before transferring it to a storage container. Use a clean, airtight container with a lid to prevent exposure to air, light, and moisture which can cause the oil to go rancid. Store the container in a cool, dark place away from heat sources to maintain the quality of the oil for longer. It is also recommended to strain the oil through a fine mesh sieve or cheesecloth to remove any food particles before storing.

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How can one properly store frying oil?

To properly store frying oil, it is important to first allow the oil to cool completely before transferring it to a clean, airtigh...

To properly store frying oil, it is important to first allow the oil to cool completely before transferring it to a clean, airtight container. Make sure to strain out any food particles or debris to prolong the oil's shelf life. Store the container in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight or heat sources. It is also recommended to label the container with the type of oil and the date it was used to keep track of its freshness.

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Which oil is suitable for frying schnitzels?

The best oil for frying schnitzels is one with a high smoke point, such as canola oil, vegetable oil, or peanut oil. These oils ca...

The best oil for frying schnitzels is one with a high smoke point, such as canola oil, vegetable oil, or peanut oil. These oils can withstand the high heat needed for frying without burning or smoking. Additionally, they have a neutral flavor that won't overpower the taste of the schnitzel. It's important to use enough oil to fully submerge the schnitzels for even cooking and a crispy texture.

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Can you reuse oil for frying twice?

Yes, you can reuse oil for frying twice if it has been properly stored and maintained. After the first use, allow the oil to cool...

Yes, you can reuse oil for frying twice if it has been properly stored and maintained. After the first use, allow the oil to cool and then strain it through a fine-mesh sieve or cheesecloth to remove any food particles. Store the oil in a clean, airtight container and keep it in a cool, dark place. Before reusing the oil, check for any off odors, flavors, or signs of spoilage. If the oil looks and smells fine, it can be used for frying again. However, it's important to note that each time you reuse the oil, its quality and smoking point will decrease, so it's best to use it for frying only a few times.

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How high should one heat frying oil?

The ideal temperature for frying oil is typically between 350-375°F (175-190°C). This temperature range allows the food to cook qu...

The ideal temperature for frying oil is typically between 350-375°F (175-190°C). This temperature range allows the food to cook quickly and evenly without absorbing too much oil. If the oil is not hot enough, the food will absorb too much oil and become greasy, while if it is too hot, the food may burn on the outside before cooking through. Using a thermometer to monitor the oil temperature is the best way to ensure it stays within the recommended range.

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