Rice bran oil is extracted from a by-product of rice production by means of a solvent. The crude oil obtained in this way is then submitted to a refining process in order to get a clear oil, light yellow in color, without any distinctive odors or flavors, whose chemical features comply with standard requirements.
In order to preserve the nutritional characteristics related to the presence of γ-oryzanol and vitamin E, this oil is better consumed as a dressing for salads and for cold dishes based on vegetables or fish. It gives dishes a slightly sweet taste which mixes well with flavored vinegar and several spices.
Its high antioxidants content gives this oil great stability over time and makes it perfect for deep-frying cooking and to prepare stir-fry food. Finally, its low viscosity means lower absorption during the cooking process and therefore a lower caloric intake.
Store in a cool and dry place. Keep away from direct sunlight.
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