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Pistachio oil is a pressed oil, extracted from the fruit of Pistacia vera, the pistachio nut.

Culinary uses

Compared to other nut oils, pistachio oil has a particularly strong flavor. Like other nut oils, it tastes similar to the nut from which it is extracted. Pistachio oil is high in Vitamin E, containing 19mg/100g. It contains 12.7% saturated fats, 53.8% monounsaturated fats, 32.7% linoleic acid, and 0.8% omega-3 fatty acid.[1] Pistachio oil is used as a table oil to add flavor to foods such as steamed vegetables.[2]

Manufacturing uses

Pistachio oil is also used in skin care products.


  1. ^ "Virgin pistachio oil".  
  2. ^ The Nutrition Source - Recipes from Harvard University School of Public Health. Retrieved June 2009.


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