Our 12 Favorite Oils For Kitchen – Zongle Therapeutics

Our 12 Favorite Oils For Kitchen

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Hello friends and welcome to our nutritional organic feed. Today we'll talk about using essential oils in the kitchen. 

Yes! Essential oils can be used in cooking, baking, flavoring smoothies, and whatnot. The only difference is that when it comes to EOs, we're talking about the potency of spice or herb in hand. Take Cinnamon, for example, you can use a whole stick or 1 Tsp powder to get the desired result but in the case of Cinnamon EO you'll just need a drop or 2 and you're all set to go!

We have talked less about the culinary applications of our oils, but we want to give it a huge shoutout this time, and not many EOs available in the market are Safe to Ingest. 

To cut the long story short, Essential Oils from Zongle Therapeutics are, 'Safe to Ingest' and USDA Certified Organic. And if you've decided to go for using essential oils to flavor your cuisine, you need to choose the one with the best quality also known as Therapeutic Grade or Food Grade Oil, and the ones certified by credible authorities like USDA.

Our 12 Favorite Oils For Kitchen

We all know the rigorous process USDA follows to grant brands its USDA label, so if you're getting our oils you're investing in your health with safety from additives and chemicals. 

When you're using EO in cooking make sure that you follow 4 things religiously! 

  1. Check the Essential Oil or Carriers carefully to ensure they are "Safe to Ingest" and 100% Pure. It's best if they are Therapeutic Grade. 
  2. Convert the🥄physical quantity of the herb required into the number of drops to use because drops are the measurement unit for EOs. For example, a general rule is 1 drop would be equivalent to 1 Tsp of the ingredient. 
  3. Dilute🥛your EO with a carrier oil. For example, for savory dishes use carrier oils like olive oil, and in the case of sweet recipes, almond oil or avocado oil may be used. It all depends on what you like better. 
  4. 👨🍳👩🍳Delay the addition of EO until the cooking or baking process is completed as the cooking process might make the EO lose/evaporate the essential properties these extracts hold which contain numerous health benefits.

Bonus Tip: 

  1. Always use💯% organic USDA Certified Organic EO from trusted brands like Zongle Therapeutics. 

Yes, we'll vouch for it because our customers love our products!!! 🥰 

Last but not the least, obviously you want to know what EOs + Carrier Oils are best to use in the kitchen, so here are the top 12: 

  • Peppermint 
  • Lavender 
  • Lemon 
  • Bergamot 
  • Grapefruit 
  • Cinnamon 
  • Rosemary  
  • Ginger 
  • Basil 
  • Thyme 
  • Coriander 
  • Pumpkin Seed 

These are flavorful and rich in other health benefits as well. These are our top picks because of the specific aromas they bring to the recipes.  

Let us know what oils you've been putting in your recipes this winter ❄🧥❄ 

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