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Is Your Olive Oil Really Olive Oil?

You know that 100% extra-virgin olive oil you bought to make your favorite vinaigrette with; the olive oil you always drizzle over those beefsteak tomatoes your family loves?

Well, sorry, but that 100% extra virgin olive oil you bought may not be olive oil at all. Would the impostors please stand up? The bottle may be filled instead with a nut or seed oil cleverly disguised as olive oil, e.g., hazelnut, peanut, soy or canola oil, or a mixture of olive oil with some ersatz olive oil – low grade olive-pomace oil which is used to make soaps and for industrial purposes (pomace is what’s left after pressing the olives: the pits and ground flesh).

Roger Due

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