What is the best "everyday" olive oil?

  • Posted by: Twila
  • December 24, 2011


bigpan December 24, 2011
Like wine look on the label for the crush date. By the time oil gets to North America it is usually at least half a year old. Don't bother buying anything over two years old, and if it does not have a date then you are getting second grade oil. OK to use for dishes where oil taste does not matter but if you want s good oil taste spend the extra buck and buy the good stuff. You will notice the difference.
Amanda H. December 24, 2011
There was an interesting thread on this same topic a few days ago -- hope this is helpful: http://www.food52.com/hotline/10416-what-brand-of-olive-oil-do-you-trust
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