Happy Holidays and our best New Year wishes to all our friends and customers. This is a seasonal post, pumpkin seed oil is one of the very rare substances on earth that exhibits the amazing property of dichromatism. When it is in a thin layer it is green, as on the plate, but when in a thick layer, it is the opposite color, red, as in the bottle. That’s diachromatism folks!
We are honored to be featured in this month’s magazine.
Foodie dude, Ari LeVaux, recently contacted me about our oil and writing an article for his October column in the Missoulian online and print newspaper. Not sure if they even call them that any longer.
He also borrowed a great deal of our online information and wove it into his piece.
All good. Not a good year here in the NW part of Wisconsin for growing pumpkins. Funny how not too far away, our neighbors just northeast of us had a bumper crop of HUGE squash! Farming is a gamble and every year we invest time and effort and cash and hope and let the dice roll.
To read his piece, click here: Flash in the Pan: Pumpkin seeds, oil are gifts of the season