Persian Lime Infused Oil

Persian Lime Infused Oil
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Price : $15.95
Product ID : 437
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$15.95 — 375 ml
$9.95 — 200 ml
$26.50 — 750 ml
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Description

The taste of sweet, ripe Persian Limes married with our late harvest Tunisian Chemlali make for an unbelievably fresh fragrant citrus flavored oil. While many people have heard of infused olive oils, olive oils to which herbs, spices or fruit are added to. Fused olive oils are not as common. The difference is that while adding flavor or foreign foods to an olive oil causes the oil to breakdown and become rancid (infused olive oils which are not used very quickly will develop a very undesirable flavor), fusing an olive oil (actually pressing the olives and fruit together simultaneously) creates a beautiful harmony that will not deteriorate the flavor profile of the oil. Our Blood Orange and Lemon are fused oils.

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Reviewed by mpapisz1
04/13/2016 - 01:39:35 PM
Love This Oil
I love this oil for combining with different vinegars!! Mix with Honey Ginger vinegar for salads, Coconut Vinegar or Sicilian Lemon Vinegar for marinades. All of these combinations are delicious.
Reviewed by mpapisz1
04/13/2016 - 01:39:35 PM
Love This Oil
I love this oil for combining with different vinegars!! Mix with Honey Ginger vinegar for salads, Coconut Vinegar or Sicilian Lemon Vinegar for marinades. All of these combinations are delicious.
Reviewed by mpapisz1
04/13/2016 - 01:39:35 PM
Love This Oil
I love this oil for combining with different vinegars!! Mix with Honey Ginger vinegar for salads, Coconut Vinegar or Sicilian Lemon Vinegar for marinades. All of these combinations are delicious.
Reviewed by mederer
02/23/2016 - 06:27:39 PM
Outstanding
I couldn't wait to try this. I drizzled a little on talapia and sprinkled it with a mild herb blend. The fish was amazing. It is also supposed to be good for veggies. I will be experimenting with this.