(180). Start a Oraganic Cold pressed oil extraction
Cold pressed oil is oil which has been produced with the use of a low heat technique. The introduction of heat to the process of making oil will degrade the flavor, nutritional value, and color of the oil. Heat, however, increases the yield. For this reason, cold pressed oil tends to be more expensive, although it is also of higher quality.
The term “cold pressed oil” is subject to different regulations, depending on the part of the world in which it is made. In the European Union, for example, oil which is labeled as coldpressed must be produced in an environment which never exceeds a certain temperature. The temperature varies, depending on the oil, but is generally around 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius). In the United States, oil labeling is not regulated, so “cold pressed oil” may not actually be cold pressed oil at all. Consumers will need to smell, taste, and see the oil to determine whether or not it is truly cold pressed.
Some companies manufacture “expeller pressed oil” which is made in a high pressure environment. The high pressure is sometimes necessary with thick nuts and seeds, but it creates heat through friction. Some expeller pressed oil can be termed cold pressed, because the temperature does not rise a great deal. Other expeller pressed oil, however, is made at very high temperatures, and cannot be considered cold pressed oil. Companies may clarify by specifically labeling a product “expeller cold pressed oil.”
Many cooks believe that cold pressed oil has a superior flavor, and actively seek it out. For dressings and dishes in which the flavor of the oil will play an important role, cold pressed oilis generally superior to other types of oil. However, when the oil is going to be heated through cooking, consumers should be more concerned with the smoking point of the oil they are using. Some cold pressed oils are not able to handle high heat, and should not be used in cooking anyway, since the delicate and complex flavor will disappear.This Cold Oil Press is suitable for the extraction of vegetable oils from such,Oil-bearing materials as rape seed, peanuts, sesame seed, cotton seed,Soya beans, coconuts, tea seed, sunflower seed, etc. (the pressing worms can be replaced as required by the user for the purpose of the extractionof oils from some other oil-bearing materials.