Most googled questions when it comes to Olive oil.
Does blended olive oil make it a fake olive oil?
German food blogger, Anna Christine from Fashion Kitchen answers the most Googled question about olive oil Germany. Ann explains that blended olive is not cut with other oils and it is not mixed with vegetable oil. Blending is in fact, more art than science. as achieving such unique flavours takes passion, as with your favourite wine or coffee. It is in fact considered to be an art form.
Is olive oil color important to olive oil quality? Fake fact or real?
Charlotte Mathilda De Jong from Charlie’s Bakery Kitchen answers the most Googled question about olive oil in the Netherlands. The food blogger explains that colour is not a factor when assessing the quality of olive oil. What is important is the variety and distinctive flavour of the olives used in the blend.
Are all Extra Virgin Olive Oils the same? Which olive oil brands to trust?
Malanie Lionello, a nutritionist and food blogger from Australia, answers the most Googled question about olive oil in Australia. Melanie explains that Extra Virgin Olive Oil is the top grade of olive oil, delivering quality, taste and the greatest health benefits of all olive oils.
Is olive oil over priced?
Nan Hongwiwat, the leading food blogger from Thailand, answers the most Googled question about olive oil in Thailand. Nan Hongwiwat explains that olive oil is reasonably priced as it is generally of a high quality and brings a lot of health and nutritional benefits.
Can you utilise Olive Oil for all types of cooking?
Ranveer Brar, Celebrity Chef from India, answers the most Googled question about olive oil in India. Ranveer highlights that olive oil can be used for all types of cooking, from salads to traditional foods cooked at high temperatures and even for sweet desserts.
How do I recognise good Olive Oil from fake olive oil?
Italian food blogger Valentina Tozza answers the most Googled question about olive oil in Italy. Valentina explains that the easiest way to recognise good olive from bad oil is by taste and smell. It should taste bitter and spicy and of course, have a strong aroma.
How do I know if my Olive Oil is fake?
Laura Vitale, internet food blogger and author from the USA, answers the most Googled question about olive oil in America. If a product is labelled as ‘olive oil’ is it safe to say that it has been made 100% of olive oil.
Is bitter Olive Oil defective? Fake or real?
Sara La Fountain, food blogger from Finland, answers the most Googled question about olive oil in Finland. Sara explains that for olive oil to be bitter is in fact, a positive attribute.