Expeller machine squeezes the peanut with two metal plates to produce Organic Peanut Oil. This process relies on sheer force rather than chemicals to extract the oil from the peanut. The Expeller can produce either a mechanical pressed peanut oil or a cold pressed peanut oil.
Cold Pressed Peanut Oil - The peanut is pressed at a temperature below 120 degrees F. Therefore, most of the natural nutrients of the peanut are preserved and it has a natural heavy peanut aroma.
Mechanically Pressed Peanut Oil - The peanut is pressed at temperatures higher than 120 degrees F. Some of the natural nutrients of the peanut are preserved and it has a light peanut aroma.
Carver's famous Peanut Rubbing Oil formula now comes in a choice of the regular or Organic. The Organic version comes either in Mechanically Pressed or Cold Pressed peanut oil. Carver's Peanut Rubbing Oil works wonders with any of these choices.
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Cold pressed peanut oil is oil which has been produced with the use of low temperature heat techniques. The introduction of heat to the process of making peanut oil will degrade the flavor, nutritional value, and color of the oil. For this reason, cold pressed peanut oil tends to be of higher quality and more expensive. Cold pressed peanut oil retain all of its flavor and aroma, and contain natural antioxidants that help prevent oil oxidation. Cold pressed methods also use an expeller machine, but only in a temperature-controlled setting. When the machine’s plates rotate and press and squeezes the peanuts, a certain amount of heat is generated through friction, which the cold pressed method seeks to minimize. The best peanut oils are cold pressed. Although pressing and grinding produces heat through friction, the temperature must not rise above 120°F for any peanut oil to be considered cold pressed. Cold Pressed peanut oil has a heavy peanut aroma smell.
Carver's Organic Cold Pressed Peanut Rubbing Oil with box. The box only comes with the 2oz size bottles.
Main Ingredients: Organic Cold Pressed Peanut Oil and Methyl Salicylate.
Caution: Do Not Use Carver's Organic Cold Pressed Peanut Rubbing Oil if Allergic to Peanuts.
Mechanically Pressed peanut oil is extracted by an Expeller Pressed or Screw Pressed Oil machine. Mechanical extraction is how things were done for centuries. Applying heavy pressure to peanut seeds until oil starts seeping out. An expeller is a big screw that is tightened until it crushes the nut/seed and causes the oil to run. Mechanical pressing creates high temperatures, especially when squeezing hard peanuts. This usually happens when working with automatic machinery in high volume. The issue with high temperatures is that they change the flavor and significantly reduces the natural aroma of the peanut oil. Mechanically Pressed peanut oils generate temperatures greater than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefore through this process, most of the the flavor and majority of the natural peanut aroma is lost. Mechanically Pressed peanut oil has a very light peanut aroma smell.
Carver's Organic Mechanically Pressed Peanut Rubbing Oil with box. The box only comes with the 2oz size bottle.
Main Ingredients: Mechanically Pressed Organic Peanut Oil and Methyl Salicylate.
Caution: Do Not Use Carver's Organic Mechanically Pressed Peanut Rubbing Oil if Allergic to Peanuts.