Savor San Diego explores “Green Goddess Goes to Market” by following the process and life of the avocado from seed to store. Su Mei Yu is the amazing host of this vibrant show
Rated as one of the top 5 Cooking Oils you should be using!
“It’s a good utility player,” Mr. Pasternack said. “When you put avocado oil on something, it’s not all you taste.”
“You have to try this oil! It is one of the freshest and best tasting oils I’ve ever had. A blend of avocado and garlic oils the peppery and garlic notes are terrific. I could see using this on salads, for dipping bread, drizzling on vanilla ice cream and of course for cooking and sautéing.”
Written by: Elizabeth G. Dunn
I prefer the original and the lemon, which is made with the fragrant Eureka variety da Silva grows on his farm. I like to toss some with kale or Swiss chard, garlic, and salt, and roast the greens until they’re crisp; surprisingly, the lemon flavor withstands the heat.” – Phil
Pitchin In with Lynn Crawford
Lynn Crawford from the Canadian hit show Pitchin’in gets her hands dirty fertilizing avocado groves, picking avocados and pressing avocado oil. The show takes you through the entire process and uses of avocados. Ending with a tasty dinner in an outside kitchen. The challenges of running an organic business by Annie Somerville.
“I like to toss some with kale or Swiss chard, garlic, and salt, and roast the greens until they’re crisp; surprisingly, the lemon flavor withstands the heat.”
Written by Caron Golden
Challenges of running an organic business
“The thick, translucent ribbon of emerald green oil that pours from the spout of Ciriaco “Cid” da Silva’s olive oil pressing machine is both mesmerizing and mouthwatering. “
Written by Nancy Walery
San Diego Food Examiner
Bella Vado was featured as one of the best oils to purchase for your holiday gifts on KMTV San Diego.
Fallbrook Avocado Festival
Recognized as the “Hidden Treasure” at the Fallbrook Avocado Festival