|Importance of bull driven cold pressed oil compared with commercial machines
BULL DRIVEN COLD PRESSED OIL:
Bull driven cold pressed oil is a natural and organic way of extracting the oil from various sources or the different types of seeds. It is traditional way of oil extraction.
The word cold process means, extraction of oil without heating.
Nutritional level and the flavor is maintained because heating process is not involved while extraction of oil.
Since cold-pressed oils are unfiltered and minimally processed, they have a shorter shelf-life and produce a lower yield.
cold-pressed oils are suitable for food prepared in medium to low heat due to their low smoking points.
Cold-pressed oils are definitely healthier than refined oils. cold-pressed oils, which retain most of their nutrients because of a heat-free and chemical-free manufacturing process.Most cold-pressed oils are rich in vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory properties and oleic acid, which boosts your immunity.
Organic oil are helpful for the digestion as well as for heart condition.
PROCESS: In wooden container there is one hole in which the wooden rod is placed and its next end is tied to bulls neck. In that wooden container hole seeds are added. After adding seed bulls roam around that container and thus seeds are crushed and the oil is form. After oil formation they collect the naturally extracted oil and stored in bottle.
These is the natural way of oil extraction, where no preservatives, no chemicals, and no heating process involves.
COMMERCIAL OIL EXTRACTION:
Refining consists of heating the oil to between 107 and 188 degrees Fahrenheit and mixing an alkaline substance such as sodium hydroxide or sodium carbonate with it.
“Regular oils undergo hydrogenation process and are further treated with harmful chemicals to increase their shelf-life and yield capacity
Hot-pressed oils are preferred for preparing meals at high temperatures due to their high smoking points.
Refined oil removes all the nutritional value of the seeds.
It aggravates inflammation, results in high blood pressure, causes insulin imbalance in the body
Due to high chemical properties, if used on the skin result in irritation and may also lead to allergic reactions.
Instead, it increases the trans fats in the oil which is harmful to your heart and its health.
Additional primary diseases that are caused by consumption of refined oil are diabetes, renal problems, different allergies, premature aging, ulcers, emphysema, infertility, hypoglycemia, and arthritis
PROCESS: While processing Refined oil it’s totally commercial way, many of the chemicals are added for extraction of the oil. The oil is heated at high temperature and also for packing the preservative are added to extend the shelf-life of the product (oil).
- What is meant by cold pressed oil?
“Cold pressed oils are made without heat or chemicals, the process is solely mechanical,”
- Why is cold pressed oil better?
Cold-pressed oils are definitely healthier than refined oils. Most of the nutritive capacity of refined oil is lost after they are exposed to high heat and chemicals. … Most cold-pressed oils are rich in vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory properties and oleic acid, which boosts your immunity.
- Are cold pressed oil healthier?
Cold pressed oils are indeed healthier than hot pressed oils as they retain their original nutrients. They also contain antioxidants which are usually absent in hot pressed oil because of their exposure to high heat. Most cold pressed oils are rich in vitamin E, which has anti-inflammatory and oleic acid, which boosts your immunity.
Benefits and Uses of Cold Pressed Oil
- High in nutrients. …
- Packed with healthy fats. …
- Contains potent antioxidants. …
- May fight inflammation. …
- May protect against heart disease. …
- May promote brain health. …
- May benefit hair, skin, and nails. …
- Easy to add to your diet.
- Difference between Cold pressed and Refined oil:
Let us understand the basic difference between cold-pressed oils and regular oils on the basis of the manufacturing process, nutritional value, shelf-life, and cooking method.
“It is hard to determine the difference between the two kinds of oil while cooking or tasting food, but both of them have different nutritional content, physiological and chemical properties,”
- Manufacturing process
The method of extracting oil makes all the difference to its quality and flavour. The extraction process of cold-pressed oils involves crushing oil-bearing nuts or seeds under pressure using low heating methods.
- Nutritional value
Cold-pressed oils are rich in essential fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin C, and other healthy fats as they preserve the potent nutrients of their ingredients and maintain their natural form. Thus, consumption of cold-pressed oils is considered safe and healthy, especially for people with chronic disorders.
“Regular oils undergo hydrogenation process and are further treated with harmful chemicals to increase their shelf-life and yield capacity. On the other hand, since cold-pressed oils are unfiltered and minimally processed, they have a shorter shelf-life and produce a lower yield. For this reason, hot-pressed or regular oils are relatively cheaper than cold-pressed oils with greater quality,”
§ Types of cold-pressed oil
Sesame oil – It contains sesamol, which helps in the absorption of vitamin E. Sesamol is also an effective antioxidant and anti-fungal in nature. The oil is rich in Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6 and carries a strong taste. You can use it to cook meals but make sure to use small quantities.
Coconut oil – Cold-pressed coconut oil retains cocositol. Cocositol is a naturally occurring plant alcohol found in abundant quantities in coconut. Cold-pressed coconut oil increases good HDL cholesterol in the body and is best used for medium-heat cooking and is perfect for baking.
Flaxseed oil – Flaxseed Oil is rich in omega 3 fatty acids. It raises the metabolic rate making it easier to burn off fat. It also improves the function of our liver. The oil helps the body in the production of energy and significantly reduces water retention in the human body.
Bull Driven Oil
As per Ayurveda, consumption of PURE OILS helps in prevention of heart attack. Even modern research says, consumption of PURE OILs will increase High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol known as the “good” cholesterol because it helps remove other forms of bad cholesterol (LDL) from our bloodstream. Higher levels of HDL cholesterol are associated with a lower risk of heart disease. Oils which are cold pressed with wooden ghani and non-refined are called as PURE OILS.
To bring back the old tradition,now bull driven cold pressed process is donewith out any chemical aditives.
The method of Bull Driven helps to retain the nutrients and vitamins from the seeds. Year ago this was a way of life and food habit in Indian tradition. But later due to the modernization, this method of extracting oil has started to fade. Therefore, grassroots organics are restoring and safeguarding it to the best.
Cooking oils people use these days are processed with various chemicals and also under high temperature. Much of the healthy ingredients like antioxidants and vitamins are lost when any cooking oil passes through several chemical and heat treatment units.
BULL DRIVEN PROCESS
‘Gaana’ is a single angled piece takes the form of two shorter pieces pinioned or chained together. The bottom of the lower angled piece is attached to a load-beam where one end of the load-beam rides around the outside of the barrel while the other is yoked to the animal.
The load-beam is weighed down with either heavy stones or even the seated operator. As the animal moves in a circular ambit, the pestle rotates, exerting lateral pressure on the upper chest of the pit, first pulverising the oilseed and then crushing out its oil. The wooden equipment has a capacity of 8 to 15 kg, has an oil outlet at the base of the pit (which is kept plugged during crushing) and frequently has the operator seated on the load-beam.
Cold-pressed oils are unrefined and unbleached, thus they are flavorful and rich with nutrients and antioxidants.
Difference between REFINED OIL AND COLD PRESSED OIL
|COLD PRESSED OIL
|Refined oil is made using chemicals.
|Cold Pressed oil is totally natural, no use of chemicals.
|Not healthy for our body.
|They are healthier.
|Nutrients of oil diminished due to use of chemicals.
|Maintain nutritional value because of its purity.
|There is lack of aroma and flavor, due to high heating process.
|Rich in nutrition, aroma, flavor because no heating process is carried out.
|Lack of anti-oxidants.
|Contain anti-oxidants that help fight free radicals harming our body cells.
|Hot pressed oils undergo oxidisation, which can cause harm to our body.
|No heating process takes place.
|Refined oil is cheaper, because it undergoes chemical process for its manufacturing.
|Cold pressing is more expensive as it takes longtime and produces lower Yields, but it is the safest, most natural extraction method.
|The processing increases the shelf-life of the oils and removes most of the natural flavouring.
|As its natural we have to take care of shelf-life. There is no trans fat in the oil, so
|It instead increases the trans fats of the oil which is detrimental toour heart health.
|our heart will be fit and fine after consuming this oil. Regular consumption of this oil
|. Regular consumption of this oil can act as a slow poison for your heart and can cause heart attacks or blockage.
|will be beneficial for our heart and body.
|Nickel is one of the major chemicals which is used for the processing of natural oil.
|No chemical is added while processing.
|One of the reasons for the extensive increase of cancer in the tropics can be attributed to refined oil.
|Due to its high concentration of healthy fats, antioxidants, and beneficial plant compounds, cold pressed olive oil may help reduce inflammation.
|Sodium hydroxide. The presence of this chemical affects the digestive system of the body.
|old pressed olive oil is a heart-healthy fat for daily cooking and works especially well in dressings, sauces, and dips.
|Harms respiratory system.
|Replacing sources of saturated fat with cold pressed olive oil may reduce your risk of heart disease.
|Try to avoid any refined oils – period. They are cheap. They are processed and they are downright dangerous to your health.
|Cold pressed olive oil mainly comprises oleic acid, a fat that may help lower cholesterol. It also provides omega-6 and omega-3 fats, which are essential for your health.
Rate card for cold pressed oils
- Ground nut Oil INR 550/-
- Coconut Oil INR 650 /-
- Sesame Nuvvulu oil black INR 750/-
- Sesame Nuvvulu oil white INR 650/-
- Safflower Kusuma INR 550/-
- Mustard Oil Sarso INR 500/-
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