Flavor Infused Cottonseed Oil From Alcala Farms

Chuck Zimmerman 1 Comment

Pure cottonseed oil from Alcala Farms. It’s what I’ll be cooking with. Here’s why: “Silky-clear, lightweight body and flavor-neutral palate. Pure Cottonseed Oil is the perfect base for salad oils, marinades, sauces, frying, stir-frying, searing and sauteing.” It’s the original vegetable oil. Bet you didn’t know that CRISCO stands for Crystallized Cottonseed Oil. I didn’t either until I got to sample some Alcala Farms products at World Dairy Expo. Or did you know that the original Wesson Oil was made from cottonseed oil? Interesting eh? I’ve got a bottle of the Cilantro to try and looking forward to it.

This new cottonseed oil product comes out of a cotton sustainability project that was implemented by New Mexico State University with funding from Cotton Incorporated. Also involved was the Oregon State University Food Inno-vation Center.

Ag Group, Cotton, Food, Sustainability

Comments 1

  1. Sarah Botham

    Chuck … thank you for the lovely review of our oils. We are so pleased that you enjoyed the opportunity to sample them at World Dairy Expo enough to write about Acala Farms and post a photo from our website as well. We are pleased and proud to be part of Cotton Incorporated’s “Cotton is Also a Food Crop” and sustainability initiatives. Please let me know if I can ever provide more information.
    And when your Cilantro sample bottle runs out, I hope you’ll visit the tasting room at Botham Vineyards & Winery in Barneveld, Wis. or replenish your supply by ordering from our website: http://www.acala-farms.com.
    Thanks again for your interest. It is sincerely appreciated.

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