Yağların, özellikle de keten tohumu yağının zaman içinde ya da saklama koşullarından dolayı bozulmak gibi bir durumu vardır. Bu besin kaybı ve ekşime ile kendini gösterir. Evinizde bir yağ sıkım aparatının olması sizin her zaman taze ve sağlıklı yağınızın olmasının en kolay yoludur. Sana EUJ-702 size istediğiniz miktarda ve zamanda taze yağınızın olması fırsatını sunar.
Oils, especially flaxseed, have a tendency to go bad over time or when improperly stored. This results in a loss of flavor, loss of nutrients, and rancidity. A home oil extractor is the best way to ensure that you always have fresh and healthy oil. The Sana EUJ-702 allows you to make just the amount you need to be consumed in a timely manner. Because it is uses a cold-pressing system, the nutrients and taste are far beyond anything you can buy in a store.
The Sana oil extractor is an attachment designed to work with the following horizontal juicers:
· Sana EUJ-606 and EUJ-707
The Sana oil extractor allows you to make cold-pressed oil at home from the following seeds and nuts: flax, sesame, sunflower, pumpkin, rapeseed, hemp, poppy, rapeseed, evening primrose, black cumin, coconut (dehydrated shreds), almonds, pine nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, cashews, Brazil nuts, pistachios, and macadamia nuts. It can even make oatmeal flakes from oats.
The Sana EUJ-702 comes with a glass oil pitcher and stainless steel strainer, as well as a protective glove and metal pin to make removing the pressing cap fast and simple. It has a warranty of 2 years on the auger and regularting rings and 5 years on all other parts.
The Sana EUJ-702 oil extractor is an ingenious attachment for several models of horizontal juicers. It is made from stainless steel for all parts which come in contact with the oil, as well as aluminum. We tried it with a Sana EUJ-707 and it attached very easily using the same locking collar as the juicing unit.
Our first impression was one of solidity. The Sana oil extractor feels very well-constructed, and is simple to assemble. One thing we liked was that there was no heating of the unit required. Any heat is generated by the pressure of the seeds themselves, yet the oil still stays cool coming out of the extractor.
We tried a few different seeds and nuts. We started with flaxseed. The instruction manual mentioned that there can be a squeaking sound with flax, because of the composition of their hulls. We noticed this too with an old open bag of flaxseeds. When we tried with a new bag, there was no squeaking at all. The oil flowed well and had a great taste and aroma. Next we tried shelled sunflower seeds. They did great! Because of their naturally high oil content, they gave the best yield. Poppy seeds went surprisingly well, and were also useful to warm up the oil extractor and clean out any seed bits still inside. We made hemp oil too, and just like the others it was an easy process. We also tried some nuts: almonds and walnuts. The almonds were more challenging, because they need to be cut into small pieces. We tried to chop them with a blender, but that just made a powder. The best would be to use a nut crushing machine, or a chef’s knife, which is what we used. After they were properly chopped, they had a decent oil yield. The walnuts were much easier, as they are simple to crush (we crushed them in a plastic baggie using a rolling pin) and have a naturally high oil yield. Finally we tried dried coconut flakes. We found that the best way to process them was to add just small amounts at a time. It was a slower process than the seeds, but we did get a decent yield of super fragrant coconut oil.
We discovered a few tips that helped things go better. First of all, we found the quality of the seeds and nuts really made a difference. Higher-quality or fresher materials were easier to process and had better yields of oil, sometimes very significantly so. It is also recommended to periodically clean the grooves where the oil comes out using the included brush. We noticed this kept the oil flowing better, as sometimes small bits of husk could become trapped there. Finally, cleaning was fast and simple. We used warm soapy water and a brush. Just make sure not to get water on the aluminum mounting unit – there is a bearing inside which shouldn’t get wet – but it doesn’t come into contact with the oil so it didn’t need cleaning.
Overall we were very impressed the Sana oil extractor. It isn’t a device to make huge quantities of oil (for cooking, for example). Instead, it produces fresh cold-pressed oil to use as flavorings or even for health purposes. The oil we made was so much better tasting even than the bio oils from the health food store. And the aroma of the fresh oil was heavenly. If you’d like to make small quantities of cold-pressed oil from a wide variety of seeds and nuts, we highly recommend this unit.
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