Oleolux coconut oil with flax seed oil

Oleolux, Recipe, what it is & why you should eat it

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One of the essentials of the Budwig Diet: Cold-pressed linseed oil and  coconut oil

Lots of easily digestible nutrition and one of the all time best vegan butter alternatives.  If you want a tasty butter alternative you can’t do better than oleolux.   It is also a great addition to a keto or low carb diet for health and flavour.It looks like butter, rich and yellow and spreads straight from the fridge.  It’s vegan, very simple to make and needs no cooking skills nor any special equipment.  One of simplest vegan “spreads” you’ll find.  It is also a good paleo “butter” and tastes good on veggies.

Oleolux, flax oil and coconut oil, on buckwheat and veg
Oleolux, flax oil and coconut oil, on buckwheat and veg

A simple & delicious way to make meals tasty

Johanna Budwig created this delicious, fresh-tasting blend of linseed (flaxseed) and coconut oils lightly enhanced with garlic and onion for use on the Budwig diet.  It’s savoury, rich and tasty and a great addition to meals on the Budwig Diet.  A dollop of oleolux enriches soups, baked potatoes, risotto or any steamed veg.  Add oleolux and a little sprinkle of cayenne pepper too and you’ll make any meal more  interesting.

Oleolux is a combination of two of the healthiest fats  and rich in omega-3

Fresh cold-pressed linseed (flaxseed) oil
Fresh cold-pressed linseed (flaxseed) oil

Coconut oil has a great reputation for health, it’s a rich source of medium chain fatty acids which are an aid to a healthy immune system.   Linseed oil is a super source of omega-3.  10g of oleolux gives you a whopping 2g of omega-3.  Oleolux also contains two other superfoods, onions and garlic are rich in  allicin, a sulphur compound with amazing health benefits.Biona raw cold-pressed coconut oil

An important part of the Budwig diet

It’s an important part of the Budwig diet, Johanna Budwig recommends it for evening meals and as an option with lunch or when having the occasional slice of bread.   It’s satisfying,  adds calories to give you energy without adding carbs and helps keep blood sugars stable.


Easy to make: Oleolux Recipe

Making oleolux is  simple.  First place 100g cold-pressed linseed oil in a suitable jarin the freezer. Then gently warm some coconut oil, about 200g,  in a frying pan with half a sliced onion for 15 minutes the onion should go a light straw colour. Then add 10 cloves of garlic for a further 3 minutes.  Allow to cool a bit, then strain into the coconut oil and mix well . More details on making and using oleolux:  https://budwig-diet.co.uk/oleolux-recipe/ 


Store in the fridge.  Best to use within a month.