Emulsified MCT Oil gives you all the benefits of MCT oil in the most convenient way possible. Simply add one of these savory flavors to a beverage or other liquid, hot or cold, and stir to mix evenly and instantly—no blender required. Our proprietary emulsification technique utilizes a combination of air and water that allows fats to disperse evenly in liquids. MCTs are one of the cleanest fuel sources available for the body, supporting energy and a healthy metabolism.
Our new line of savory flavors provides more opportunities to incorporate healthy fats into your diet. The options are endless. With three delicious flavors, Herbs de Provence, Ginger and French Onion, savory emulsified MCT Oils can be added to your favorite meals and beverages. Stir emulsified MCT Oil into gravies, dips, sauces, soups, stews, teas, salad dressings, bone broth, and more! One thing to note: emulsified MCT Oils cannot be cooked due to a low smoke point, so add them after cooking and enjoy!
Optimized Caesar Salad
Herbs de Provence is a delicious compliment to pretty much any salad dressing. While creamier store-bought dressings like ranch and caesar are usually full of hydrogenated oils and chemicals to increase shelf life, there are healthier alternatives with the same great taste. Our favorite is Primal Kitchen’s line of dressings and marinades made with avocado oil. Simply stir your favorite flavor EMCT with your dressing of choice, then drizzle and toss in salad.
Cheesy Herb Mashed Cauliflower
You won’t miss mashed potatoes. Fun fact, cruciferous vegetables contain a precursor to a compound called sulforaphane, which can eradicate carcinogens (cancer-causing substances) and seriously reduce inflammation (underlying factor in most diseases). When you cook these veggies though, you deactivate the enzyme needed to absorb sulforaphane. However, mustard seed powder has a stable form of this enzyme called myrosinase. Moral of the story: add mustard seed powder, which is found in the spice section, to all of your cruciferous veggie dishes. Cruciferous vegetables include: cauliflower, broccoli, kale, collards, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, arugula, watercress, cabbage, and more. Herbs de Provence is the perfect flavor addition to this recipe.