Here in Hawaiian Oils… a word about Mac the Nut.
Banks of charcoal-colored clouds shot through with sunbeams wreath the towering volcanic precipice above. On gentle trades that issue from the marble-blue expanse of ocean, the aroma of bins of Big Island macadamia nuts drifts throughout the emerald cane country. Cold-pressed then piped through ducts of charcoal filters, the golden oil of the Good Nut emerges, infused with Hawaiian chilies, or garlic, or Italian herbs. Did you really need to be told this is good… and good for you?
ʻAʻohe mālama, pau i ka ʻiole. – No one who takes care of his possessions has ever found them eaten by rats. (When one takes care of his goods he will not suffer losses.)
macadamia nut oil
kukui nut oil
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