Collection: Wood Pressed oil

Wood pressed Oil

Welcome to our world of authentic and unadulterated wood-pressed oils. Indulge in the natural essence and health benefits of oils extracted using traditional wooden presses, a time-honored method that preserves the true goodness of nature's bounty.

At Pettikadai, we take pride in offering you the finest selection of wood-pressed oils meticulously crafted from premium quality seeds and nuts. Our oils are cold-pressed in wooden mills, avoiding any exposure to heat or chemicals, ensuring they retain their rich nutrients, distinct flavors, and vibrant colors.

Experience the difference as you savor the pure, unrefined taste and aroma of wood-pressed coconut oil, sesame oil, groundnut oil, and more. Every drop is a celebration of the earth's gifts, free from artificial additives, preservatives, or harmful processing methods

FAQ's of wood pressed oil

1.What is wood pressed oil?

Wood pressed oil, also known as cold-pressed oil or ghani oil, is a traditional method of extracting oil from seeds or nuts. It involves using wooden presses or "ghani" machines to extract oil from the raw material without applying heat or chemicals, preserving the oil's natural nutrients and flavors.

2.How is wood pressed oil different from refined oil?

Wood pressed oil is extracted through a mechanical process without the use of heat or chemicals, while refined oil is obtained through high-heat processing and chemical extraction methods. Wood pressed oil retains more of its natural nutrients and antioxidants, making it a healthier choice compared to refined oils.

3.What are the types of wood pressed oils available?

Various types of wood pressed oils are available, depending on the source of the raw material. Common variants include wood pressed coconut oil, groundnut oil, sesame oil, mustard oil, and sunflower oil, among others.

4.How should wood pressed oil be stored?

To maintain the quality of wood pressed oil, store it in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat. Always keep the container tightly sealed to prevent exposure to air, which may cause the oil to go rancid.