Post sponsored by La Tourangelle Artisan Oils. All opinions remain my own.

I love being in my kitchen and I really love these La Tourangelle Oils that Kroger carries.  Although I do use many artisan oils in my cooking, vegetable oil really has to be the most common and my favorite.  Located with all the other oils in store is this La Tourangelle Expeller-Pressed Vegetable Oil. Their expeller-pressed vegetable oil is your everyday oil but it's made better for you and the planet. La Tourangelle Expeller-Pressed Vegetable Oil is soy-free and a non-GMO cooking oil with a blend of canola and sunflower oil to provide a good source of Omega 3.

I love the neutral flavor and high smoke point that this oil provides.  It really makes it ideal for making a family favorite; onion rings. It can also be used in your baking so if you are craving cake, try La Tourangelle Expeller-Pressed Vegetable Oil. I'm not done because an extra important addition is that the bottle is made of recyclable PET with 100% post-consumer recycled waste.  La Tourangelle is committed to leaving the planet a better place and I love this.

Are you looking for a deal because I have one for you that you're going to LOVE?! We have a brand new $1.00 Kroger Digital Coupon for the vegetable oil.  With coupon you'll pay ONLY $3.99 and you'll feel good about adding this product to your grocery cart or Kroger Pickup Order. The coupon will work on either order (in store or pickup).  Get the coupon downloaded so you're ready when you start your shopping list.  If you're like me, the holiday is ALL about cooking and baking so you'll want this product in your pantry for when you start this.

I love, LOVE root vegetables and chicken thighs (see picture below).  The vegetable oil was PERFECT for frying my chicken before baking in the oven. No oil flavor was added to my dish and the oil definitely withstood the high heat that was used.

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Twyla Ryan

November 11, 202005:58 pm

The grape seed oil is really good too!


November 11, 202010:01 pm

Twyla, oooooh! Will definitely be trying that one! :)