5 Easiest Vegetable Oils to Make at Home

Today we are going to take a look at the 5 easiest vegetable oils to make at home. Making your own vegetable oils will take you to another and definitely higher level. I firmly believe, everything you make with your own hands will be much better, much tastier and will represent a much higher value.

I know, I know, who has time for doing everything by themselves? – you could ask. Well, my answer is, you really don’t need to prepare every each of consumer products by yourselves. But it’s worth choosing several stuff, your absolutely favorites, especially health-related ones. What am I thinking of? Well, firstly for example your meals. Try not to buy TV suppers and similar stuffs at the supermarkets, and believe me, your body will be grateful and your stomach will be relieved. As for me, I extremely love cooking, baking and everything in connection with kitchen. Since I started to make almost every kind of meals I eat, I have discovered a completely new, magic and very delicate world. Let’s see an example! I have always loved pâté, and since I learned how to make it, I haven’t bought any in the shops. It’s not about saving money, it’s about to eat meals at a high quality! If you check out the prices of the vegetable oils, on the sites of the largest edible oil companies, you will see that your oil will save some bucks for you.  So today, we are going to learn how to make vegetable oils at home! Will you come with me?

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Preparing you own vegetable oil doesn’t only mean something you can use in the kitchen, but a product can be used in home-cosmetology and these oils also help to protect you health. The very first task is to decide what type of oil would you like to have. If you want to get an oil that possesses special fragrant and can add something plus to your meals, it’s worth using pumpkin hazelnut, or walnut. Generally speaking, if you fill a 2-liter bottle will seeds, you will get around a quart of oil. The process itself is very easy. Oil pressers used to be horribly costly, but nowadays there are small machines in the market, that are perfectly good for home-use.

After all this introduction, let’s see the process. It’s very simple. We just set up our machine, and use the recommended flammable to fill the heating unit, the we let it heat about for 10 minutes. Then fill the hopper with your seeds, it will take around 20 minutes until the machine makes a quart of oil, which comes from about a 2-liter bottle full of seeds. This oil can be stored up to 2 years in a cool dry place. Simple, right? These machines can be bought on the top online shopping websites as well, such as Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT), Lowe’s Companies (NYSE:LOW), AMAZON (NASDAQ:AMZN).  Or, you can buy your machine in one of the 15 biggest malls in the US. However, it’s worth checking prices on the sites of the 15 biggest retailers in the world. Also, it’s important to drink enough water, so we recommend you to read the article about the 10 healthiest bottled water brands

In this article we are going to help you to choose among the easiest vegetable oils to make at home. Actually, the process itself is the same, whichever oil you want to make, but we have picked up five seeds you can get easily and everywhere. These are sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, peanuts, hazelnuts and walnuts. All of them can be purchased even in the smallest shops, but if you really health-conscientious, you  buy them in a bio shop. Then, we ranked these seeds by their yield per quart of oil. In order to get the easiest seeds and the process, we consulted several “how to make” sites. Sunflower and pumpkin seeds have the same yields, so they both got the fourth spot on our compilation.

And now, without a further ado, let’s see the easiest vegetable oils to make at home, starting with number four: