Oils and vine­gars are ev­ery­day sta­ples, but that doesn’t mean they have to be ho-hum. Shop our finest finds to boost your pantry.

Whether you’re dress­ing a salad or sautéing a chicken breast, we’ve got the best oils and vine­gars for ev­ery­day en­trées to finer fare.

Clean Eating - - CONTENTS - BY ALEXAN­DRA EMANUELLI, PHO­TOG­RA­PHY CRAY­OLA ENG­LAND

THE CLAS­SIC Cold-pressed and bot­tled within hours of har­vest, Cho Amer­ica’s Ori­gin 846 ex­tra vir­gin olive oil pre­serves the spicy and fruity fla­vors of the olive. The oil is un­fil­tered and then de­canted, a process es­sen­tial for re­mov­ing sed­i­ment as well as pro­tect­ing the aroma and an­tiox­i­dants. $13, ori­gin846.com

THE UP­DATE With a con­ve­nient spray noz­zle, Pri­mal Kitchen Spray Av­o­cado Oil is an easy fix for mess-free cook­ing and bak­ing. A source of lutein, an an­tiox­i­dant that ben­e­fits eye health, this is the ideal dress­ing for mains and veg­gies to add mild, but­tery fla­vor with a neat spritz. $8, pri­malk­itchen.com

THE TOPPER Pump­kin is for more than just pies and spice lat­tes as Car­ring­ton Farm’s Or­ganic Pump­kin Seed Oil shows us. Cold-pressed pump­kin seeds im­part a toasted, but­tery fla­vor, meant to act as the fin­ish­ing touch on sa­vory or sweet items. $15, car­ring­ton­farms.com

THE GRAB-N-GO In­di­vid­u­ally pack­aged Ver­mont Vil­lage Turmeric + Honey Raw Ap­ple Cider Vine­gar Shot is a con­ve­nient way to get ben­e­fi­cial bac­te­ria and pro­bi­otics into your diet. Sim­ply en­joy alone or in­fused into a glass of wa­ter to aid in di­ges­tion. 12-pack for $16, ver­montvil­lage.com

THE BAL­SAMIC Bar­rel-aged Gaea Oxymelo An­cient Greek Bal­samic has a vel­vety and lush tex­ture. Pro­bi­oti­crich acetic acid, the main com­pound in a bal­samic vine­gar, is a pos­i­tive ad­di­tion for any­one look­ing to ben­e­fit their gut bac­te­ria. $11, gaeao­live.com

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