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Palmoil Zomi Ghana Heritage 2 LT

77,99 lei

Palm oil comes from the fleshy fruit of oil palms. Unrefined palm oil is sometimes referred to as red palm oil because of its reddish-orange color.

The main source of palm oil is the Elaeis guineensis tree, which is native to the coastal countries of West and Southwest Africa, including Angola, Gabon, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and others. It has a long history of use in these regions.

Unrefined palm oil is raw oil that is pressed directly from the palm plant. It’s reddish in color, with a distinct odor and flavor. This type is more often used in traditional cooking in West African countries such as Nigeria.

Palm oil is used for cooking and is also added to many ready-to-eat foods in your grocery store.

Its taste is considered savory and earthy.

Unrefined palm oil is a traditional staple in Nigerian and Congolese cuisines, and it’s especially well suited for curries and other spicy dishes. Some people describe its flavor as being similar to carrot or pumpkin.

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DescriptionPalm oil comes from the fleshy fruit of oil palms. Unrefined palm oil is sometimes referred to as red palm oil because of its reddish-orange color. The main source of palm oil is the Elaeis guineensis tree, which is native to the coastal countries of West and Southwest Africa, including Angola, Gabon, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and others. It has a long history of use in these regions. Unrefined palm oil is raw oil that is pressed directly from the palm plant. It’s reddish in color, with a distinct odor and flavor. This type is more often used in traditional cooking in West African countries such as Nigeria. Palm oil is used for cooking and is also added to many ready-to-eat foods in your grocery store. Its taste is considered savory and earthy. Unrefined palm oil is a traditional staple in Nigerian and Congolese cuisines, and it’s especially well suited for curries and other spicy dishes. Some people describe its flavor as being similar to carrot or pumpkin.Palm butter or palm cream, frequently known as moambe, mwambe or nyembwe, is an ingredient made from the pericarp (not the seeds) of palm nuts, the fruit of the African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) tree. It forms an important ingredient in stews and sauces in African cuisinePalm nut fruit concentrate sauce for soup. Trofai palm nut fruit concentrate is made from freshly squeezed palm nut fruit juice. No preservatives added. Used in the preparation of palm nut fruit soup, a very popular West African soup.
ContentAFP Palm oil is a staple and necessity for cooking real West African food mostly because of the shiny red glow and smoky flavor it gives. Palm oil is obtained from the fruit of the oil palm tree and helps in preventing vitamin A deficiency, cancer, brain disease, aging; and treating malaria, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and cyanide poisoning. It is also helps for weight loss and body
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