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Green Peanut Oil

Farm fresh oil.

Green peanuts aren’t a kind of peanut. Instead, “green” refers to the fact that the nuts are raw, just harvested, not yet dried—a step practically all peanuts go through to prevent spoilage.
 
Unlike bulk peanut oils for cooking, this oil is cold pressed in small batches by Clay Oliver on his farm in Pitts, Georgia, about 150 miles south of Atlanta, just after Clay harvests the nuts. It has a vibrant freshness, almost like green beans, with a subtle nutty richness. Drizzle it over fish, over roast squash, on sauteed greens or mushrooms.
 

“The first time I tasted it, it was as if I was standing in a field pulling the peanuts out of the ground and eating them. This tastes alive. This tastes vibrant. It tastes like fresh dirt. It’s that moment the plant comes up from the earth and the oxygen hits it for the first time.”
Chef Sean Brock

Green Peanut Oil

O-GPN 8.4 oz bottle
$12
Ships for flat rate

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