Olive oil and extra virgin olive oil are both made from olives, but the method of extracting the oil is different. As a result, they have different colours, tastes, and health properties. The production process is simple. Olives can be pressed to extract their oil, but modern methods involve crushing the olives, mixing them, and separating the oil from the pulp. There are several grades of olive oil, which vary in terms of their nutritional content and the amount of processing. Extra virgin olive oil is the least processed variety and is often considered to be the healthiest type of olive oil.
- Olive oil is known for its rich flavour, versatility, and health benefits, extra virgin olive oil is an excellent ingredient to keep in your kitchen cupboard.
- Saturated fats and trans fats are unhealthful fats. So in olive oil, there is a natural fat and it is good for health also it could protect against heart disease
- Olive oil has great so you can use it by adding uncooked to salad or bread etc
Lactose Free: Yes
Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
Suitable for Vegan: Yes
Gluten Free: Yes
Store in a cool and dry place.
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