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Using Oven

Preheat the oven to 350F (175C) & spread the seeds on a ungreased baking sheet. Roast for 5-10minutes per 250g until lightly browned.

Using Stovetop

Pour seeds in a skillet or frying pan. Heat over medium to low heat, stirring seeds occasionally for 5-10 minutes or until the seeds turn brown, glisten & occasionally pop.

Difference between Roasted & Unroasted seed oils

Roasted Unroasted
Volume More Less
Color Dark Light
Flavor More Less
Aroma More Less
Nutritional Value Less More
Ideal Uses Cooking, Salad, Marinade Less
Storage Life Up to 30 days  Up to 15 days

You are guaranteed fresh 100% natural seed oils without preservatives and other chemicals.

You get high yield with the Misso s2o for example, 600g of seeds you can extract 300ml of oils depending on your seed.

Raw seeds keep their vitamins & nutrients intact, if you choose to roast seeds for a bit they might lose a little bit or vitamins and nutrients but exchanged for more flavor.

Roasting seeds prior to extraction enhances their flavor and aroma, you may roast them for 5-10 minutes on top of the stove or oven. Roasted seed oils is perfect for your culinary needs. You may also use the remaining chaff for added flavors or snacks, which are still good source of fibers and other minerals. Click Here see how see you can roast your seeds!

Supplementing 100% natural oils can boost your immune system, there are many researches and clinical studies showing the wonderful benefits of supplementing natural oils which include. You can supplement with 2 teaspoons per day, once in the morning and once at night.

Natural seed oils are being rediscovered for their beauty benefits and you can apply it to trouble spots or parts of your body you want to be softer

White sesame seeds & chili seeds can be easily purchased from the local market (palengke) as well as in supermarkets, and Korean, Japanese & Indian grocery stores.

Black sesame, chia, flaxseed & other specialty seeds can be purchased in premium supermarkets, Korean, Japanese & Indian grocery stores, health and organic stores as well as online sellers.

Black sesame, chia, flaxseed & other specialty seeds can be purchased in premium supermarkets, Korean, Japanese & Indian grocery stores, health and organic stores as well as online sellers.

You may also purchase from our friends at:

  • Earth Origins (San Juan City)
    (02) 369-9934
     www.earthoriginsmarketplace.com
  • Healthy Eats (Makati City)
    (02) 812-7323
    www.healthyeats.ph
  • Assad Minimart (Manila City)
    (02) 5261349
    www.assadminimart.com

IMPORTANT: When purchasing chili seeds take out the flakes as too many of these may clog the machine.

Keep oils in airtight jar with lid and in a dark and cool place. Avoid direct light other else oils will become rancid faster.

Yes, but be mindful of smoke points in seeds.

Nuts and legumes are associated with gout, but you should still consume in moderation.

Apply to skin 1-2 times a day as needed.

As a supplement 1-2 teaspoons a day. For cooking consume in moderation because oil still does have calories.

Make sure both parts of the s2o is plugged in and it will preheat automatically. You may use it after 5 minutes of preheating.

Around 20 minutes, if you would like to use again allow machine to rest for 10 minutes and re-use.

No, if seeds are wet they will stick to the extractor screw which prevents oil extraction.

Brown flax and black sesame seeds may cause oil extractor head to smoke, but you shouldn’t worry if those 2 seeds are smoking.

No, main function of the s2o is to extract small seeds.

Only small seeds such as sesame, chia, flax, perilla and other seeds around the same size.

No, because the heating element attached inside the (OE) head. You may wash the extractor screw, hopper, ring and extractor cap with water but we encourage you to use paper towel to clean the insides.

No, because there are known allergies associate with seeds and nuts. Always consult is a physician prior to consuming or applying oils.