There are different varieties of vegetable oils. The choice depends on your taste and the dish you are eating because each variety has its own unique character.

  • Olive oil is a vegetable oil par excellence, which is very appreciated. Rich in antioxidants, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, it helps fight bad cholesterol and plays a role in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. The use of olive oil, raw or cooked, gives your dishes a remarkable fruity taste.
  • Rapeseed oil is rich in fatty acids. Its intense taste goes well with raw dishes such as potato, beet, cabbage or lamb's lettuce salads.
  • Sesame oil is eaten raw. It brings intense and oriental flavors to dishes.
  • Sesame oil is rich in antioxidants and low in saturated fats, and is well balanced in omega 6 and 9. Its high lecithin content gives it nutritional properties that help preserve brain cells. This oil helps to fight against cholesterol, nervous fatigue and memory problems.
  • Walnut oil is consumed exclusively raw to accompany salads, carrots, beans and grilled fish.
  • Like sesame oil, walnut oil is rich in omega 3 and 6. It is rich in magnesium, iron and vitamins E and B6. It is known to maintain good heart health and brain function.
  • Sunflower oil is ideal for seasoning. However, it should be consumed in moderation because it is very rich in Omega 6. The overconsumption of these fats could lead to inflammation, allergies and could cause an increase in triglyceride levels. It is often advisable to complement it with another vegetable oil.