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Smude's Sunflower Oil

Smude's Sunflower OilSmude's All-Natural Sunflower Oil Review
Provided by Smude Sunflower Oil
Reviewed by Amy Finn, Editor


Minnesota is known for their many lakes, but now it's gettin recognition for something else: sunflower oil. In 2007, when Minnesota faced a drought, Tom Smude decided that he was going to start growing and producing his own brand of sunflower oil because sunflowers are a drought tolerant crop. By 2009 he had a business plan in mind and started planting high oleic sunflowers.  By the fall of 2009 the oil plant was under construction and by January 1, 2010 he started pressing oil.  On February 10, 2010 Tom bottled his first bottle of All Natural Premium Cold Pressed High Oleic Sunflower Oil.


Smude's Sunflower Oil is non-GMO and made in the USA. Sunflower oil is valued for is light taste, frying performance, and health benefits. There are a lot of companies, restaurants, and foodies who have already started using sunflower oil in place of other vegetable oils in their cooking. Lay's Potato CHips, for example, is one such compnay that uses sunflower oil in their snacks. It's easy to cook with and has a high smoke point.


Smude's ensures that they only use the best in their oils. Their sunflowers are well taken care of and are guaranteed non-GMO. You can use sunflower oil anywhere you'd normally use vegetable oil. It has a wonderful yellow color and a mellow flavor. It's tastes great on it's own, but it also really enhances the food you use it in or with. Frying something? This oil fries your food to perfection without any of the added fat that some other oils have.


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