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Wednesday, 6 November 2013

#Win a bottle of Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil from Fussels Fine Foods

Win a bottle of Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil from Fussels Fine Foods


I'm offering five lucky reader the chance to win a bottle of brand new Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil from Fussels Fine Foods. Award-winning Somerset producer Fussels Fine Foods has teamed up with the Lesley Waters Cookery School to launch the first ever single estate Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil in a spray bottle – it’s a store cupboard essential and I have five bottles to give away.  

Rapeseed oil is low in saturated fat (Half the amount of saturated fats than olive oil), Rich in Omega 3, making it an excellent choice for anyone trying to reduce their cholesterol levels. It is also a great source of the powerful anti-oxidant Vitamin E. High levels of monounsaturates and Omegas 3, 6 and 9.  Unlike many other oils, including olive oil, its health benefits are retained even at high temperatures (240oC smoke point) so it’s especially good for cooking, marinating, baking, frying and roasting….

To win: simply enter using the Rafflecopter form below: Please give it a few seconds to load as it can be a little slow at times. 5 winners will be drawn at random on Wednesday November 27th. This giveaway is open to the UK only - Good Luck.

77 comments:

  1. I would use it to make delicious salad dressings :)

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  2. would love this to jazz up my store cupboard. I love to cook and I'm always trying new menus and this would be fab to have

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  3. I would use it for as a marinade for some chicken ;)

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  4. for using instead of normal oil!

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  5. in stirfrys or on toast instead of butter!

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  6. I like to use it instead of butter when sauteing

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  7. I would use it wherever I ordinarily use cooking oil as a healthy alternative.

    www.chatterfoxuk.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. I would use it to bake an omlette!

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  9. I would use it as a substitute to my usual oil and in particular for baking an omlette

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  10. We would use it as a replacement for olive oil in cooking.

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  11. For shallow pan-frying of everything! A much lighter, healthier alternative :) I'd probably start with a bacon sarnie :p

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  12. would be awesome to cook my curries with olive oil

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  13. Every thing that I use olive oil for now

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  14. Every thing that I use olive oil for now

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  15. I would use it in salads and for stir frys

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  16. Salad dressings and marinades!

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  17. I would use it for roasting my veggies in for my meditteranean salad :)

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  18. I don't think I've ever tried it, so I'd use it for lots of things, see what it's good at. Searing meat or chicken for a stew maybe?

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  19. for healthier frying as I need to shift some of this weight!

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  20. Salad dressings, stirfrys and chips!

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  21. I would spray quorn sausages and burgers before cooking them with it.

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  22. Marinade for salad! - Amy Ripley

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  23. stir fries @msedollyp

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  24. I've been wanting to try this. To start with I think I'd do butternut squash oven chips

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  25. I would use it for salad dressings or stir frys.

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  26. I would use it to griddle chicken and pork steaks :)

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  27. i would love to use this as a vinegarette

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  28. I would use it for fried eggs

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  29. Would have to be a stir fry :)

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  30. Would love to use this in a salad dressing!! :-)

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  31. We're big fans of stir fry's and of pan seared beef strips! Deffo would be used for these

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  32. i would use it to fry some crushed potatoes

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  33. its great in salad dressings

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  34. I will use it for all my cooking: frying, roasting, salad dressings, etc

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  35. I would use it in salads x

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  36. A gorgeous tasty Chinese stir fry

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  37. for cooking healthier omelets and pancakes

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  38. Frying Stir Fry
    @vandervaulk

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  39. For frying and roasting.

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  40. christine shelley26 November 2013 at 11:43

    as a dressing

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