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Macadamia Nut Oil

1:1 ratio on the omega’s and 410* smoke point. Anyone use it, surprised I don’t see it mentinoed on here much.

You’ve been really informative around here of late, Jehova.

Yep, I just took a hit then. I prefer to take it straight though, normally I’d rather cook with coconut oil, butter or ghee. I only occasionally cook with it.

Josh Whiton says its the best nut because of the omega 3s. So I just have brazil nuts and macadamia

I frigging love the stuff. Super versatile. Good for sautéing or just to add to shakes.

Maybe it’s not mentioned as much because it’s not quite as easy to find in stores, compared to something like coconut oil? Either way, it should be more popular.

I looked for it in the stores once, didn’t find it. Found avocado oil instead, and put that in a protein shake. Boy was that a bad idea.

[quote]jehovasfitness wrote:
1:1 ratio on the omega’s and 410* smoke point. Anyone use it, surprised I don’t see it mentinoed on here much.[/quote]

Yeah its good stuff. I almost never cook with it though, more like its in-the-rotation alongside organic EVOO, etc

I’m sure I’ve at least fried eggs in it, likely were delicious

Yes, it’s hard to find common grocery stores. I had to order a bottle of it through Amazon ($14/16oz). NOW Organic.

Yea, I’ve heard good things and certainly it looks great from the fatty acid breakdown, but I agree with previous posters, its lack of availability I think is what keeps it out of the spotlight.

I see Dr. Bowden mentions Mac nut oil :wink:

[quote]chillain wrote:

[quote]jehovasfitness wrote:
1:1 ratio on the omega’s and 410* smoke point. Anyone use it, surprised I don’t see it mentinoed on here much.[/quote]

Yeah its good stuff. I almost never cook with it though, more like its in-the-rotation alongside organic EVOO, etc

I’m sure I’ve at least fried eggs in it, likely were delicious
[/quote]

After starting that thread about EVOO scamming I finally ended up trying organic EVOO by Spectrum.

Can’t believe how fruity real unmolested EVOO tastes versus what I normally buy (filippo berio)

[quote]Meni69 wrote:
Josh Whiton says its the best nut because of the omega 3s. So I just have brazil nuts and macadamia[/quote]

Walnuts also contain omega 3s

I’ve never tried it because I think I already have bases covered.

Virgin Coconut oil, EVOO, avocados & almonds.

There use to be a store around here that sold virgin avocado oil. The best tasting oil I’ve ever had

[quote]PB Andy wrote:
I looked for it in the stores once, didn’t find it. Found avocado oil instead, and put that in a protein shake. Boy was that a bad idea.[/quote]

I get the NOW brand from a certain bodybuilding site.

Another nice oil, and it doesn’t seem to solidify at room temperature like coconut oil, so you can more easily use it to coat meats with and add to marinades for flavor. Pimpin oil there :slight_smile:

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[quote]therajraj wrote:

[quote]Meni69 wrote:
Josh Whiton says its the best nut because of the omega 3s. So I just have brazil nuts and macadamia[/quote]

Walnuts also contain omega 3s[/quote]

thanks

Another one is Udo’s 3:6:9 mix

I throw some of that in a shake w/ some Metabolic Drive and oats