Our Oils

Hazelnut Oil

Scientific studies have shown that hazelnut oil has
numerous health advantages. Its high concentration of
monounsaturated fatty acids promotes good cholesterol
(HDL) while reduces bad cholesterol (LDL).

Our hazelnut oil is expeller pressed and gently filtered
from roasted hazelnut. Full of nutritional values, our
hazelnut oil is not only delicious to your tongue, but also
gentle on your digestive system.


Ingredient: 100% pure Hazelnut Oil
Flavor: mild nutty, harmonious with light sweetness
Max heat (Smoke point): 200
Use: ideal for salad dressing, frying and baking.

Terra Teressa Hazelnut Oil is obtained by pressing roasted kernels nuts collected from the hazel bush (Corylus avellana L.), then carefully refined.

  • Store in cool, dry area.
  • Refrigeration is recommended in hot, humid conditions.

Best to keep the oil in a refridgerator after opening.

Unopened: 1 year in pantry, 1 year in fridge
Opened: 3 months in pantry, 9-12 months in fridge

If refrigeration causes the oil to solidify, it can be restored to a liquid state by leaving it at room temperature for an hour or two prior to use.

Durchschnittliche Nährwertangaben 100g / Nutritional fact for average values per 100 g
Energie / Energy 3700 kJ / 900 kcal
Fett / Fat 100,0
– davon gesättigte Fettsäuren / of which saturates 10,4
– einfach ungesättigte Fettsäuren / of which monounsaturated 79,8
– mehrfach ungesättigte Fettsäuren / of which polyunsaturated 10,2
Kohlenhydrate / Carbohydrate 0
– davon Zucker / of which sugar 0
Eiweiß(N x 6,25) / Protein 0
Salz / Salt 0
Referenzmenge für einen durchschnittlichen Erwachsenen (2000 kcal). / Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

A Good Snack For Dieters:

Chuck out those high calorie munches now and grab a handful of hazelnuts to give your weight loss journey a tasty twist. Just 1 oz of hazelnuts will give you 176 calories with 3 grams of dietary fiber and 17 grams fat. You can use it as a pre-meal munch as it fills up your stomach and prevents you from overeating your meals. Just make sure you do not go beyond the recommended level.

Good For Heart:

These brown kernels are good sources of unsaturated fats and lacks cholesterol. Unsaturated fats, especially oleic acid, has the potential to curb the levels of LDL while promoting the levels of HDL. Just one cup of these nuts meet 50% of the required magnesium levels. Magnesium plays a major role in regulating the level of calcium. An exaggerated level of calcium is known to be harmful for heart health. Magnesium safeguards your heart by creating space for its ‘rest’ and preventing its overstraining.

Innate Power For Preventing Cancer:

Hazelnuts are powerhouses of alpha-tocopherol, a Vitamin E variant that is known to possess the power to curb the risk associated with the onset of bladder cancer by more than 50%. These nuts are also abundant sources of manganese. This mineral is known to be an ingredient of an anti-oxidative enzyme in mitochondria, thus playing a major role in preventing cancer.

Good For Muscles:

As mentioned earlier, magnesium plays a vital role in keeping calcium level moving to and from body cells in a healthy way. It, thus, aids in muscle contraction, preventing overstress on muscles. This, in turn, eases muscular tension and combats and prevents muscle fatigue, spasm, cramps, and soreness. Studies even suggest that a good dose of magnesium could actually help in strengthening the muscles.

Good Source Of Protein:

Include just one cup of hazelnuts in your daily diet to reap 17 grams of protein. You get a good dose of fiber as well. This makes it a great snack option for vegetarians to boost up their fat burning ability and developing lean mass.

17. Good For Constipation Troubles:

Being a rich source of fiber [1 oz gives 2.7 grams of fiber, meeting 10% of RDA], you can add these nuts in your diet to maintain your bowel movements. They bind with the stools, loosen them, and thus prevent constipation.

Beneficial For Joint And Bone Health:

Magnesium, along with calcium, is essential for the health and wellness of your bones and joints. The extra magnesium stored up by the bones comes to rescue when there is a sudden deficiency of this mineral. Plus, hazelnuts contain manganese, a mineral that is quintessential for bone growth and strength. No wonder, it makes an inevitable snack option for menopausal and post menopausal women to safeguard themselves from osteoporosis and bones turning brittle and porous.

Improves The Health Of Nervous System:

Vitamin B6 is a vitamin essential for the proper functioning of amino acids. These acids, in turn, play a regulator role in maintaining the health of the nervous system. A deficiency of vitamin B6 is known to hamper with the synthesis of myelin [the nerve insulating sheath responsible for the efficiency and swiftness of the electrical impulses] that is essential for the optimal functioning of nervous system. Vitamin B6 is also essential for the proper production of various neurotransmitters, including epinephrine, melatonin, and serotonin.

Peps Up The Health Of Digestive System:

Manganese, the enzyme activating and catalyzing, is a mineral that plays a major role in synthesizing cholesterol and fatty acids. This mineral is also an essential carbohydrate and protein metabolic agent. The higher the level of manganese in the body system, the better is the metabolism of protein and carbs. This, in turn, will pep up the health of your digestive system. The fiber present in these nuts ensures proper assimilation of nutrients, while making sure that the wastes and toxins are eliminated from the body via feces.

Improves Immunity Power:

Hazelnuts are abundant with various nutrients, including assorted minerals such as calcium, potassium, manganese, and magnesium. All these nutrients are essential to ensure unobstructed blood flow in the body. When the blood flows through the body unhampered, your immunity power gets a boost. This, in turn, prevents various unwanted health conditions.

Beats Stress And Depression:

Hazelnuts contain a good dose of alpha-linolenic acid, along with omega 3 fatty acids. These elements along with the B Vitamins play an effective role in preventing and alleviating various psychological conditions, including anxiety, stress, depression, and even schizophrenia. These elements also enhance your memory and play a major role in the synthesis of neurotransmitters such as serotonin. Grab a piece of hazelnut embedded dark chocolate to fight those blues away.

Plays A Role In Improving The Fertility Levels:

Ancient texts reveal that hazel trees are considered as a symbol of fertility by the Celts. Studies suggest that these nuts, indeed, possess the power to cut down the levels of sugar in the blood, improve insulin sensitivity, and thus aids in improving the levels of fertility.

Beneficial For Menstrual Cramps:

These rustic brown hued nuts are rich in magnesium, Vitamin E, calcium and other nutrients. These elements are known to have a positive impact in easing cramps and thus helping you tide over the menstrual cycle in a better way.

Rich Source Of Iron:

Studies suggest that hazelnuts make a wonderful natural remedy for iron deficiencies and health issues that have arisen due to lack of iron. These nuts contain iron in good doses. The red blood corpuscles use iron for absorbing oxygen, thus shielding you from various health conditions. A handful of hazelnuts gives about 30% of the recommended daily value of iron.

Good Source Of Vitamin K:

Vitamin K is the blood clotting vitamin. It plays a significant role in thwarting off excessive blood loss by triggering the synthesis of platelets, thus shielding you from life threatening situations. This vitamin is also essential for the proper absorption of calcium, thus lowering the risk of calcium deficiency related fractures.

Good For Pregnant And Lactating Women:

Proper nutrition is important during pregnancy for maintaining both mother’s and baby’s health. And, hazelnuts are rich sources of various nutrients essential for a good pregnancy, including iron and calcium. Make sure you eat these nuts in moderation along with a balanced diet rich in fruits and veggies. Also, make sure your fluid intake is sufficient to avoid constipation issues triggered due to the intake of fiber rich foods.

Breastfeeding women can consider them as an in-between snack to curb those unwanted hunger pangs. Along with keeping you full and giving you those essential nutrients, hazelnuts will also aid you in getting back to shape in a healthier way, when used judiciously in a well-balanced diet.

Good For Infants:

Folate is an essential element that contributes to the growth of infants. Just 30 grams of hazelnuts will meet 17% of the recommended daily value of this essential element.

Prevents Diabetics:

Hazelnuts is often advised by the doctors as a healthy snack for those who are under the siege of diabetes, especially type 2. It is loaded with dietary fiber, which actually helps to keep yourself full. Being low on GI, these nuts are known to prevent the sugar levels from escalating. Plus, eating hazelnuts can actually improve the HDL levels. It increases the good cholesterol level while lowers the bad cholesterol level. Thus, it could actually safeguard you from the risks of high sugar and high cholesterol triggered health conditions. However, studies are yet to establish these suggestions and hence, it is advisable to stay safe and consult with your doctor before including these nuts in a diabetic diet.

Beneficial For Controlling The Blood Pressure Level:

Hazelnuts, called as cobnuts aka filberts, are known to be beneficial for people who suffer from hypertension. It is a good source of healthy fats, while the saturated fat variants make up to just 1.5 grams in an ounce of these nuts. It also gives you 46 mg magnesium, 193 grams potassium and 2.7 grams dietary fiber. A good dose of potassium is essential to lower the blood pressure level and cut down the risks associated with the onset of various cardiovascular conditions, including stroke and paralysis.

Helps you Gain Weight:

Being rich in healthy fats, consuming about 2 ounces of these crunchy, sweet nuts could actually help you gain weight the healthy way. However, check with your doctor before you start eating them to avoid unnecessary complications.

(source: stylecraze.com)

Mushrooms with Pasta and Hazelnut Oil

Cook the linguine; while it is cooking, make the mushroom topping.

Heat butter in a large skillet. Add the mushrooms and saute for a moment, Add a cover and a tad of water and simmer for 5 minutes or until tender. Remove the cover and evaporate the liquid. Add the garlic and saute just until aromatic. Remove mushrooms from the heat and season well to taste with salt and pepper.

When the pasta is done, return it to the cooking pot and toss with mushrooms, hazelnut oil and parsley; keep on tossing until well combined and transfer to 2 heated pasta bowls. Garnish with hazelnuts and dinner is done. Accompany with steamed vegetable salad. (source: foodnetwork.com)

What do you think?

Having a dinner last weekend  after a long discussion with my partner before, I’ve realized this is really my new favorite cooking oil., I always used the  Sunflowers but this flaxseed oil is just amazing. It doesn’t have to be refined, it’s just naturally a low-heat oil. You only need a little bit too so it lasts a long time. Cooking is a sorcery and I’m a witch

Laura Tempel

I’ve really enjoyed cooking with this grapeseed oil. It does have a higher smoking point and the flavor is much clearer compared to other oils, but that’s just my opinion. been a little curious about shipping the glass bottles but good care has been taken of them apparently. Safe package, quick delivery. Hope the oil will last.

Andreas Kömm

Hello, I tried the apple and the prune juice from this brand and I think they are of really good quality. I drink a lot of these due to my working conditions. This looks like a solid choice for anyone looking for a real vitamin bomb instead of just some concentrated sweet water in paper boxes. Thumbs up!

Miriam Wacker

This honey was a little bit more expensive, but I’ve been looking for some higher quality products online which are not overpriced, and this ain’t nothing but a very tasty, naturally appealing sweet honey with beautiful aroma. Had a blackforest honey once or twice in my kitchen though, but it’s been quite some time so I’m not going to compare. A good product, perfect price anyways.

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