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With the PITEBA nutcracker-steel you crush the olives. Then you dry them in a food dryer. Press the dried olives including the kernel with the PITEBA oil press with the Olive Cap D2. This is how you press pure fresh olive oil!
how to press oil from dried olives >
The D2 cap with the flat ring transforms the Piteba oil press in a grinder for fresh olives (including the kernel) and makes an excellent olive paste of all olives. The press replaces the traditional millstone. For quick entry and for pressing the olives the EasyFill set is very handy.
how to press oil from the paste >
(in one step)
From a number of olive varieties you can even produce oil in one step. Unfortunately, Piteba cannot give you any assurance about olive breeds that are suitable for this purpose. You will have to try your own olives to find out if your olives are suitable for the one step method or if you must first produce olive paste and press the oil with a fruit press. It seems that olives with a large kernel and little flesh give best results. These are the old varieties and wild olives.
Use fresh fully ripened oil olives. Fill the press with olives (including kernel) and push them into the press with the pestle while turning the crank. The olives should be around 25 - 30 ° C and use the burner for some extra heat.
The press cake comes out of the cap and the oil comes out of the oil slit. With the adjustment bolt, the pressure can be controlled. After settling, you have a clear cold-pressed olive oil. The detailed procedure is explained in the manual included with the D2 cap.
You will be surprised by the pure taste and the delicious scent of homemade peanut butter. Use roasted nuts and push them with the pestle into the press. When turning, keep the filling opening closed with the pestle. The nut paste leaves the press through the oil slit. Do not use the burner and you close the cap with the adjustment bolt. (completely closed).
The D2 cap with the uneven washer transforms your oil press into a grinder.
Use the D2 cap to grind dried press pulp into flour. Instead of drying, you can also lightly roast the press pulp for extra flavour. Fresh unroasted peanuts should always be roasted first.
While turning the crank, fill the press with roasted coffee and you will get well ground coffee.
If you want an extra fine grind, grind a second time. You can also sieve the flour and grind the coarse particles again to obtain a very homogeneous flour.
With the standard cap, squeeze oil from dried avocados.
The D3 cap transforms the Piteba oil expeller into a 1 step palm fruit press.
It makes palm oil production easy and it requires minimal force and time.
Press palm oil from fresh palm fruit >