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Classic Italy Olive Oil

Verbena Classic Italy Olive Oil

 

 

Olive Oil, Sundried tomatoes and sumptuous basil are the foundation for so many great Italian dishes, we couldn’t pass this one up. Start the mornings with it drizzled over a toasted baguette, perfect for the afternoon deli sandwich too. And the perfect complement to pasta, pasta, pasta!

 

Pair with White Lemon, Pear, or Strawberry, Lavendar, or 25 Star Balsamic Vinegar

 

RECIPES:

CLASSIC ITALY ROASTED CAULIFLOWER

LOBSTER POMODORO (CLASSIC ITALY)

Classic Italy Olive Oil

PriceFrom $4.50
  • WAYS TO USE OLIVE OIL:

    Sautéing, Baking, Grilling. Drizzle it over salad or mix it into salad dressing.

    Use in marinades or sauces for meat, fish, poultry, and vegetables. Oil penetrates nicely into the first few layers of the food being marinated.

    Add at the end of cooking for a burst of flavor. Drizzle over cooked pasta or vegetables.

    Use instead of butter or margarine as a healthy dip for bread.

    Replace butter with olive oil in mashed potatoes or on baked potatoes. For the ultimate mashed potatoes, whip together cooked potatoes, roasted garlic, and olive oil; season to taste.

    Make a tasty, heart-healthy hummus dip by mixing cooked white beans or chickpeas, garlic, and olive oil in a food processor; season to taste with your favorite herbs.

    Use olive oil in your sauces -- whisking will help emulsify, or blend, the watery ingredients with the oil in the sauce.

     

    25 Servings per 375ml Container;
    Serving size: 1Tbs (14g)
    Calories per serving = 120
    Total Fat = Total Fat 14g = 18%
    Saturated fat (<2g)= 10%
    Sodium = 0mg
    Cholesterol=0mg
    Total Carbohydrates = 0g
    Protein = 0g
    Not a significant source of Calcium, Cholesterol, Fiber, Vitamin D, Iron, Potassium, Total Sugars, and Added Sugars.

    Ingredients

    100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Cold-Pressed, GMO Free, Dairy Free, and Gluten Free, Vegan), Infused with Organic Fresh Basil & Sundried Tomato

  • Olive oil should be stored in a cool, dry, dark cupboard, away from the heat and light. Choose a spot in the kitchen that's away from the oven. The best temperature for storing oil is 57 degrees, though room temperature, or 70 degrees, is also okay. Bottling in dark containers is also important to shield Olive Oil from harmful UV Rays and light. It should not be stored in the refrigerator. This way EVOO can keep up to 2 years instead of the usual 3-6 months when not properly stored.

     

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