using Linseed oil to cook with is a bit of a waste as the beneficial properties are destroyed by heating.
Energy 3441kJ/837kcal, Protein nil, Carbohydrate nil, Fat 93g (100%) (of which saturates 9g, monounsaturates 16g, polyunsaturates 67g, linoleic acid 17g, linolenic acid 50g).
Linseed is one of the world's oldest cultivated plants. Its Latin name means "the much needed." Linseed oil has been known for centuries as an excellent source of vital polyunsaturated fatty acids, so important for the human organism. The oil contains the triple unsaturated Linolenic fatty acids in a uniquely high concentration.
Through the special Oxyguard pressing and bottling method, the nutritional wealth, natural flavour and golden yellow colour remains, as far as possible, intact. An amber glass bottle is used to protect this precious oil. Keep refrigerated after opening to prevent oxidation.