Finger Lakes Sunflower Seed Oil
What Chef Jay’s Cooking with in the Kittle House Kitchen!
It has a mild flavor of fresh sunflower seeds and pairs well with all foods. Use for general cooking and baking, up to medium high heat.
As seen in the New York Times: For several years, the oils sold with the Stony Brook label have been pressed from organic squashes in western New York. The company has added a sunflower-seed oil to its portfolio. Made from locally grown sunflowers, the oil is cold-pressed and unrefined, with a charming, nutty flavor.