3 Tips For Buying the Best Olive Oil


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47 thoughts on “3 Tips For Buying the Best Olive Oil”

  1. You guys should do updated review and comparisons! I think it's been a while, but what about plug in pressure cookers vs stove top pressure cookers? Also if I'm going to get a counter top plug in pressure cooker which one do you guys think is best?

    Edit: I also love the detail in the older review "which is best" videos. I've learned so much about properly using and handling cookware and utensils. Thanks for being a great YouTube channel!

  2. What happened to recipe videos? Enough of these minute tip videos with this clown. Is this why Chris Kimball started a different show?

  3. Thank you for posting these short, but informative videos.
    Apparently, they do not meet the needs and or expectations of some of those commenting.
    But, they are welcome and I trust that they will continue to be made.

  4. Carefully read all of the book "Extra Virginity" and you'll see that most of the time when you think you're buying extra virgin olive oil, you're not. You'll also learn that what Americans (and, these days, even the younger Italians) deem as indicators of quality, like not catching in the throat while swallowing a sample during a formal tasting, are marketing falsehoods pushed by the industry to make it easier to sell cheap adulterated fakery as extra virgin olive oil at the highest possible prices.

  5. I don't know if olive oil quality is the difference between fantastic and total flop. No amount of quality oil will save an awful dish, and stale oil isn't going to turn an otherwise great dish into crap, unless the oil is really bad and it's a dish like aglio e olio or focaccia that really features olive oil. If you're just making chicken parm for a weeknight dinner or a quick stir-fry the oil is going to hardly matter.

  6. How about addressing the elephant in the bottle – the lack of any US standards for what constitutes olive oil, let alone pure, virgin, or extra virgin, the widespread adulteration of the product, sometimes to the point where none of it came from an olive tree, and ways of determining this?

  7. If you want good olive oil buy the Spanish one. From Córdoba or Jaén. My favorite ones are Oro Bailén, Bravoleum and Castillo de Canena, but there are some other really good ones out there. Also, check the olive variety and find the one you like the most. For me arbequina is the most balanced and picual has a perfect brightness to it. Also the wild olive tree oil is gooooood.

  8. buy no oil at all if you want to live, not heart healthy, the studies are sloppy and wrong. if you use any oil for anything, use it only sparingly. misleading info about medditteranian diet and it's true virtues —>>>less meat overall and more fiber, fruits and veggies. Antioxidants! because what oxidizes is killing us. Not pills, foods will give you probiotics, antioxidants,phytonutrients, eat the rainbow 🎉🎉🎉🌈🎊🎊🎊

  9. I have heard the United States is a dumping ground for crappy olive oil. Ok, I can accept that. But of the crappy olive oil available in the United States, which brand is the least crappy? I went to a local grocer chain that is considered one of the better outlets in the city and looked at their olive oil options. Not one met the minimum standards you provided. As a matter of fact, not one of the brands I looked at provided press dates and not one was a single country origin. I am even open to using a better vegetable, canola, sesame, or petroleum based oil if it’s a better option than a crappy olive oil. HELP!!!

  10. I wish you would have gone one step further and told us who makes the real stuff. I've read many articles out there that say much of the EVO sold in the stores is fake.

  11. To test if your oil has been mixed with vegetable oil, stick it in the refrigerator. If it does not start to congeal, it is not pure olive oil. LOTS of this is going on and if you want a list of fake oil, do a web search.

  12. Can you so this again comparing grocery store olive oil and not the extra virgin kind. We don't know what is real and what really olive oil is good quality and tastes the best. We need to know do and don't of cooking with it! Most people don't use extra virgin, but want the healthier olive oil. Please and thanks!!!

  13. Trying to find all those requirements in one product in a U.S. grocery store is almost impossible … 99% of oil is sourced from multiple countries and harvest days are rare as hen's teeth … Not ence green bottles is that popular

  14. So my olive oil has no harvest date, it comes in a dark bottle, and the company uses oil from multiple countries(although this specific bottle only mentions Portugal). Chances are I chose wrong. Does anybody know about DCOOP?

  15. Try Greek EVOO from Crete or Kalamata (Messinia region) or Sparta (Lakonia region). Look for acidity, typical evoo's claim to have 0.8%, most of the aforementioned usually have <0.4% or even 0.2%. I hope you find it reasonably priced in your region.

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