Organic Mustard Oil

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Organic mustard belongs to family Brassicaceae and has a Mediterranean origin. It is cultivated as a major cash crop of northern India. It is called sarso locally in Punjab and mustard leaves vegetable is their favorite dish. The color of seeds may vary from white, yellow, brown to black. History indicates mustard seeds were used as a spice by the Indians and Sumerians dating back to 3000 BCE. The cake left after oil extrusion has been found to have pesticide properties. Organic cold pressed mustard oil is also used to light lamps.
Orgpick's coldpressed organic mustard oil is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and polyunsaturated fats which are good fats. The volatile oil in mustard seeds imparts it a sharp and pungent taste. The oil is very stable and remains unaffected by storage conditions. The erucic acid present in the oil is believed to be unhealthy to heart and so it should be avoided or consumed sparingly by heart patients. Cold pressed organic mustard oil also has some cancer inhibiting properties and helps fight gastrointestinal cancer. To improve oral hygiene, add salt to the best quality Orgpick organic mustard oil and massage on your gums regularly.
It is usually seen that children dislike the recipes cooked in organic cold pressed mustard oil due to the pungent odor. There are a variety of pickles that will set your taste buds on fire, yet are enjoyable. Here is a mouthwatering recipe using healthy Orgpick organic mustard oil. Boil raw jackfruit cubes. Heat organic mustard oil and sauté onion, ginger, garlic, chili, and cumin paste in it. Add tomato ketchup, cashew paste, jackfruit cubes, and salt. Add some water and cook; serve hot.

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