Olive Oil

Olive Oil

Olive Oil Health Benefits

Our Olive Oil is rich in vitamins A, D, E and K, and monounsaturated fat, the healthiest type of fat, which helps to lower “bad” LDL cholesterol. In addition to supporting heart health, Olive Oil also helps reduce blood pressure, and may help those with or at risk for diabetes. Olive Oil plays an important role in the Mediterranean Diet, which emphasizes eating a primarily planted based diet of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains and emphasizes the consumption of Olive Oil as the main source of saturated fat. Olive Oil has an excellent emollient properties when applied to the skin, and is used in cosmetics, soaps, moisturizers and other skin care products.

Cooking With Olive Oil
Olive Oil adds flavor, depth and texture to just about any food. Although Extra Virgin and Virgin Olive Oils withstand heat well, they are best when used uncooked or cooked at low to medium temperatures to retain the character and flavor of the oil. Olive Oil may be used in sautéing, frying, grilling, stir-frying and deep-frying. Olive Oil also tempers the acidity in highly acid foods such as tomatoes, vinegar and wine. Extra Virgin Olive Oil is superb when added as an ingredient in vinaigrettes, marinades, sauces, dips, or drizzled over meat, vegetables, pasta or bread. Light and mild Pure Olive Oil is excellent for baking for use in place of butter to add exquisite flavor without all of butter's saturated fat and cholesterol.

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Olive Oil Health Benefits

Our Olive Oil is rich in vitamins A, D, E and K, and monounsaturated fat, the healthiest type of fat, which helps to lower “bad” LDL cholesterol. In addition to supporting heart health, Olive Oil also helps reduce blood pressure, and may help those with or at risk for diabetes. Olive Oil plays an important role in the Mediterranean Diet, which emphasizes eating a primarily planted based diet of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains and emphasizes the consumption of Olive Oil as the main source of saturated fat. Olive Oil has an excellent emollient properties when applied to the skin, and is used in cosmetics, soaps, moisturizers and other skin care products.

Cooking With Olive Oil
Olive Oil adds flavor, depth and texture to just about any food. Although Extra Virgin and Virgin Olive Oils withstand heat well, they are best when used uncooked or cooked at low to medium temperatures to retain the character and flavor of the oil. Olive Oil may be used in sautéing, frying, grilling, stir-frying and deep-frying. Olive Oil also tempers the acidity in highly acid foods such as tomatoes, vinegar and wine. Extra Virgin Olive Oil is superb when added as an ingredient in vinaigrettes, marinades, sauces, dips, or drizzled over meat, vegetables, pasta or bread. Light and mild Pure Olive Oil is excellent for baking for use in place of butter to add exquisite flavor without all of butter’s saturated fat and cholesterol.

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