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  • J. Leblanc Pecan Nut Oil (8 fluid ounce)

    Cooking with nut oils is French tradition, and manufacturing those nut oils is just as much of a tradition for J. Leblanc, which was founded in 1878. Today, J. LeBlanc is still in the same location where it all began in the southern most village of Burgundy, Iguerande in France. It is here that J. Leblanc manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, handcrafted nut oils known throughout the world. Because of their low smoke point, nut oils are not generally used for cooking. Rather, you will find their

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  • J. Leblanc Pecan Nut Oil

    fl ozs 5002 0 Reviews J. Leblanc Pecan Nut Oil Cooking with nut oils is French tradition, and manufacturing those nut oils is just as much of a tradition for J. Leblanc, which was founded in 1878. Today, J. LeBlanc is still in the same location where it all began in the southern most village of Burgundy, Iguerande in France. It is here that J. Leblanc manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, handcrafted nut oils known throughout the world. Because of their low smoke point, nut oils are not generally

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  • Jean Leblanc Almond Oil

    Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 and has really changed very little as the company now rests on the shoulders of the newest Leblanc, Jean Charles. At the factory in Burgundy, pounds of nuts are ground into a paste, what is essentially nut butter, and this paste is roasted. And that's really it! This paste is allowed to settle and the oil is drained off creating a decadent nut oil with the most luxurious flavor and creamy texture. What is left is the most pronounced ess

    $29.99

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  • Pistachio Oil - 500 ml

    Huile-de premium Pistachio nut oil. Since 1878, Jean Leblanc oils have been cold pressed in France with a stone mill according to the old Burgundian tradition. First the fruit is carefully selected by Mr. LeBlanc. The nuts are then roasted, single-pressed and then bottled, unfiltered.

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  • Jean Leblanc Pistachio Oil

    Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 and has really changed very little as the company now rests on the shoulders of the newest Leblanc, Jean Charles. At the factory in Burgundy, pounds of nuts are ground into a paste, what is essentially nut butter, and this paste is roasted. And that's really it! This paste is allowed to settle and the oil is drained off creating a decadent nut oil with the most luxurious flavor and creamy texture. What is left is the most pronounced ess

    $54.95

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  • Hazelnut Oil - 500 ml

    "Leblanc manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, hand-crafted nut oils in France ... If not, the world".

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  • Jean Leblanc Truffle Oil

    Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 and has really changed very little as the company now rests on the shoulders of the newest Leblanc, Jean Charles. At the factory in Burgundy, pounds of nuts are ground into a paste, what is essentially nut butter, and this paste is roasted. And that's really it! This paste is allowed to settle and the oil is drained off creating a decadent nut oil with the most luxurious flavor and creamy texture. What is left is the most pronounced ess

    $28.99

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  • Jean LeBlanc French Truffle Oil Stone Mill cold pressed 8 fl oz

    Since 1878, Jean Leblanc nut oils have been produced in Burgundy, France and have become renowned the world over. Taking great care in choosing only the finest quality ingredients. Oil with an Truffle taste.

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  • Walnut Oil - 500 ml

    Huilerie J. Leblanc has changed little since 1878, the year it was founded. Located in the southernmost village of Burgundy, Iguerande, France, Leblanc manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, hand-crafted nut oils in France, if not the world. They start with the absolute highest quality whole nuts available, carefully selected from many of the same farms J. Leblanc has been doing business with for generations. For each batch, 54 pounds of nuts are ground to a paste using the huilerie's original

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  • Jean Leblanc Pecan Oil

    Since 1878, Jean Leblanc Pecan Oil has been produced in Burgundy, France and have become renowned the world over. Taking great care in choosing only the finest quality of pecan, each batch of oil contains fifty-four pounds of roasted nuts so that the each bottle is pure, unadulterated, unfiltered and unrefined pecan oil.

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  • Jean Leblanc Walnut Oil

    Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 and has really changed very little as the company now rests on the shoulders of the newest Leblanc, Jean Charles. At the factory in Burgundy, pounds of nuts are ground into a paste, what is essentially nut butter, and this paste is roasted. And that's really it! This paste is allowed to settle and the oil is drained off creating a decadent nut oil with the most luxurious flavor and creamy texture. What is left is the most pronounced ess

    $19.99

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  • Jean Leblanc Almond Oil

    Since 1878, Jean Leblanc Almond Oil has been produced in Burgundy, France and have become renowned the world over. Taking great care in choosing only the finest quality of almonds, each batch of oil contains fifty-four pounds of roasted nuts so that the each bottle is pure, unadulterated, unfiltered and unrefined almond oil.

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  • Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil, 8 oz.

    Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil, 8 oz. Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil 8 oz. per bottle Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil, 8 oz . Leblanc29 $69 .00 each $60.00 each with 3 or more Each bottle of the pine nut oil is French, cold pressed, and 8 oz. Super rare and very hard to come by.

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  • J. Le Blanc Pistachio Oil 16 oz

    Huile-de Pistache/premium Pistachio nut oil. Since 1878, Jean Leblanc oils have been cold pressed in France with a stone mill according to the old Burgundian tradition. We have several different flavors of this wonderful oil, perfect for salads, to finish a dish, or to add as a part of a sauce.

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  • J. Leblanc French Pistachio Oil - 8 fl.oz. - Huile de Pistache

    J. Le Blanc French Pistachio Oil is extracted from pistachio nuts creating a beautifully bright green oil and a distinctive, very aromatic pistachio taste.

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  • Pistachio Oil - 500 ml

    Huilerie J. Leblanc has changed little since 1878, the year it was founded. Located in the southernmost village of Burgundy, Iguerande, France, Leblanc manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, hand-crafted nut oils in France, if not the world. They start with the absolute highest quality whole nuts available, carefully selected from many of the same farms J. Leblanc has been doing business with for generations. For each batch, 54 pounds of nuts are ground to a paste using the huilerie's original

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  • Hazelnut Oil - 500 ml 1/2 Lt Bottle

    "Leblanc manufactures the highest quality, small-batch, hand-crafted nut oils in France ... If not, the world".

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  • j. leblanc french pistachio oil - 8 fl.oz. - huile de pistache

    J. Leblanc Pistachio Oil in Glass Bottle - 8 fl.oz. - Huile de Pistache J. Le Blanc French Pistachio Oil is extracted from pistachio nuts creating a beautifully bright green oil and a distinctive, very aromatic pistachio taste. Use sparingly to create delicious vinaigrettes, on steamed veggies or atop grilled scallops. Use in baked goods, cakes and pastries - especially yummy with apples and pears On pasta with grated cheese or drizzled on risotto Refrigerate after opening

    $49.50
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  • LEBLANC ALMOND OIL 8 OZ FRANCE

    LEBLANC ALMOND OIL 8 OZ FRANCE Item #: LBG4 Huilerie J. Leblanc has been a Burgundian multi generaltional company since it was founded in 1878. We spent a lot of time tasting nut oils at international food shows and the ones from this company had no peer. The clean and intense flavors of Leblanc oils put them on a different planet, perhaps in another solar system from their competitors. Because these oils allow a chef to add layers of taste to dishes, Leblanc oils are featured in many starred restaurants

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  • J. Leblanc Pure Pumpkin Seed Oil

    J. Leblanc Pure Pumpkin Seed Oil Eating J. Leblanc nut oils is the best part of all! It has been said that the true contribution of French cuisine was the idea of adding layers of taste and texture to dishes. Artisanal nut and seed oils, like J. Leblanc's, support this idea fully. Nut and seed oils are often referred to as "seasoning oils": because of their low smoke point they are not generally used for sautéing or cooking, but rather in finishing dishes. Nonetheless, you will find many a recipe, written

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  • Huilerie J. Leblanc Walnut Oil

    Huilerie J. Leblanc Walnut Oil Click the button below to add the Huilerie J. Leblanc Walnut Oil to your wish list. Katz Late Harvest Sauvignon Blr... Walnut Oil Sherry Vinaigrette This is a great twist on any traditional vinaigrette recipe. Using nut oils, any nut oil really, adds a whole new dimension of flavor. Dijon mustard salt & pepper (in this instance, we like to use a fine fleur de sel This simple viniagrette can be whipped up in seconds and poured on just about anything. Whisk together 3 parts

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  • HAZELNUT OIL

    HAZELNUT OIL HAZELNUT OIL Rating : Shipping : Since 1878, the LeBlanc family of Burgundy has produced exceptional seed and nut oils using a traditional stone mill. This elegant oil has a rich, golden color and a flavor of roasted hazelnuts that lends itself well to fish, salad dressings and baked goods. Try drizzling some on ricotta or any other fresh cheese.

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  • J. Leblanc Pure Walnut Oil

    J. Leblanc Pure Walnut Oil J. Leblanc Pure Walnut Oil Eating J. Leblanc nut oils is the best part of all! It has been said that the true contribution of French cuisine was the idea of adding layers of taste and texture to dishes. Artisanal nut oils, like J. Leblanc's, support this idea fully. Nut oils are often referred to as "seasoning oils": because of their low smoke point they are not generally used for sautéing or cooking, but rather in finishing dishes. Nonetheless, you will find many a recipe,

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  • Huilerie J. Leblanc Pistachio Oil

    Click the button below to add the Huilerie J. Leblanc Pistachio Oil to your wish list. Huilerie J. Leblanc Pistachio Oil $54.00 This oil has a wonderful brownish-green color and intense flavor. It partners beautifully with beets, avocado or potatoes. Add all or part pistachio oil to a mayonnaise for a decadent treat. It's also incredible with apples and pears - try drizzling a bit into a filling for baked goods like an apple tart or pancake. Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 and has

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  • Huilerie J. Leblanc Almond Oil

    Click the button below to add the Huilerie J. Leblanc Almond Oil to your wish list. Huilerie J. Leblanc Almond Oil... Huilerie J. Leblanc Almond Oil A great source of Vitamin E, almond oil has a fantastically rich, nutty flavor. A little goes a long way! Almond oil is great on green vegetables - try drizzling over blanched green beans topped with slivered almonds. Or toss steamed broccoli with almond oil and fleur de sel. Huilerie J. Leblanc's production of nut oils began in 1878 and has really changed very

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  • Classic Salad Dressing

    Savor the delicate and buttery aromas of freshly-picked walnuts and hazelnuts. Classic Salad Dressing Simply combine 3 parts olive oil with 1 part vinegar and a pinch of salt. Have fun by trying different combinations like walnut oil with sherry vinegar, hazelnut oil and fig vinegar, olive oil with lemon juice and basil oil and balsamic vinegar. Great taste couldn’t be simpler. J LeBlanc Nut Oils From the southernmost corner of Burgundy, the LeBlanc family has been producing culinary oils since 1878.

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  • Tasty Does Not Take a Lot of Time

    Shipping Tasty doesn't take a lot of time Tasty Does Not Take a Lot of Time You can add that extra WOW to any dish without any additional effort! None of us have infinite time but we all want to have a tasty meal. Something delicious, but not the same each and every time. We want our guests, and ourselves, to say “WOW that’s good!” and “how did you do that?” without spending all day cooking. Take the simple salad or greens. Make a vinaigrette (3 parts oil to 1 part vinegar; some people like 2:1 so play

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  • Le Blanc Hazelnut Oil, 16-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 2)

    J. Leblanc oils are of the highest quality, small-batch, handcrafted oils in the world. For those of you who know us, the bold distinctive flavors of the oils are just the right addition to any of the recipes we present. We have always been proponents of using the very best most flavorful oil and J. Leblanc has the oils with the difference you can taste not only in freshness, but also in flavor. This family owned company located in a southern village in Burgundy France is relatively unchanged since founded

    $128.47
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  • Leblanc Artisinal Oils

    Leblanc Artisinal Oils Leblanc Artisinal Oils Established in 1878 Huilerie J. Leblanc is still run by a Leblanc, Jean-Charles, the grandson of the founder. The factory grounds are still located in the southern most village of Burgundy, Iguerande and continues to make high quality, small-batch, handcrafted nut oils and vinegars. J. Leblanc has been doing business with the same farms for generations, and credits their products quality to the quality of the farmers ingredients and the care that J. Leblanc

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  • Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil

    > Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil Jean Leblanc Pine Nut Oil $63.00 each $60.00 each with 3 or more Pine nut oil from France is cold pressed. Exquisite stuff, you will want to drizzle it on a salad, or use it as a bread dipper. Called "Huile de Pignon de Pin", it has been long thought in France that pine nut oil makes for a very healthy way of life. Product of France 250 milliliters (8.4 ounces)

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