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Stony Brook Acorn Squash Seed Oil 6.3 oz
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This acorn squash seed oil is an overwhelmingly popular choice among folks who have tasted all five Stony Brook oils. Roasted seeds of acorn squash are pressed to produce a surprisingly flavorful oil with the color and subtle flavor of roasted chestnuts.

With an enticing flavor profile reminiscent of toasted walnuts, spice and brown butter, with a golden chestnut color, Acorn Squash Seed Oil's delicate flavor complements soft cheeses, roasted vegetables, fish, and salads. Exceptional in meat marinades.

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