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Lavender Infused Cooking Oil

Are you looking to elevate your culinary creations to new heights? Look no further than lavender infused cooking oil. This unique and aromatic ingredient adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any dish, making it a must-have for every aspiring home chef.

Lavender, known for its calming properties and delightful fragrance, has long been used in various culinary traditions. Now, with lavender infused cooking oil, you can effortlessly infuse your favorite recipes with its distinct flavor profile.

Imagine drizzling this fragrant oil over roasted vegetables, adding a subtle floral note that enhances their natural flavors. Or perhaps using it as a base for marinades and dressings, imparting a hint of lavender that will leave your guests craving more.

The uses for lavender infused cooking oil are truly endless. Whether you’re sautéing seafood, grilling meats, or even baking sweet treats, this versatile ingredient adds depth and complexity to any dish. Its delicate floral aroma creates a sensory experience that is sure to impress even the most discerning palates.



  1. Place Buds or Bossoms in 1 Quart Canning Jar.
  2. Pour Culinary Vegetable Oil to Top off in Jar. Tighten Lid on Jar.
  3. Place in Dark, Cool, Dry area for 4-6 Weeks. Shake Jar Every 2-3 Days.
  4. Strain Using a Fine Mesh Strainer for the First Strain. Strain Again Using Cheesecloth or Coffee Filter.
  5. Bottle in Clean Glass Canning Jar or Growler. Store in Dark Cool Area.
  6. Use within 1 Year.


Flavor profile will continue to age even after straining lavender out of oils.

Buy the Cookbook or Grow Your Own Culinary Lavender & Herbs!

All lavender and herb plants come with extensive growing and care instructions + recipes.  These herbs may be grown inside during the winter and then planted outside during the summer.

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