Olives Taste Like Garbage Until You Do This…


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Whether you favor olives or now not, treating them the way in which I display you ways on this video will lead them to one million instances higher! Olives style like rubbish till you do that easy preparation. You won’t ever devour olives proper out of a container once more!

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37 thoughts on “Olives Taste Like Garbage Until You Do This…”

  1. Hello Chef. I am new to your channel and really enjoying it. Thank you for the excellent tips about store bought olive ingredients list. WOW. You’re absolutely right, a “clean olive” has such a wonderful taste vs olives packed with preserves. I am in step one with this olive recipe. The olives are rinsed and now, bathing in water in the fridge. I will keep you posted on my progress. Thanks for sharing. Keep well and stay safe.

  2. In Singapore where i'm from the deli section of most supermarkets quite often sell olives already prepared in this manner for less than the unprepared salty jar olives off the shelf. Wonder how that works.
    Also now I know why the premium jar of olives I bought tasted so bad compared to the much cheaper ready-to-eat deli olives.

  3. I would say 9/10 times i prefer green olives! And the ones they have at markeds that are in olive oil and have herbs or pickled garlic in them are amazing

  4. I love love love love loveeeeeee olives 🫒. I do mine the same way with the wash/rinse process using purified water. I let mine soak in the water inside the jar two days (on counter) which I change the water on day two. By day three they are ready and wayyyyy less salty and a whole lot more tolerable. I eat them right out the jar. I don't however, put the garlic, coriander seed and lemon in there. I'll have to try that, thanks. That may hype them up a bit!! 😋

  5. Yia sas o Yiorgos! What a simple tutorial and presented with such enthusiasm! Thank you. I recently had to purchase black olives from a nearby farm as my own tree did not deliver a crop this past year; sadly they were already pitted and in brine. Most of them I will convert into tapenade or use on pizza. The good looking ones (about half, so 5 lbs (2.5 kg) I rinsed well then placed them on a baking sheet in a convection oven @ 40C for almost an hour, then put them into jars with combinations of varying additives like crushed garlic, mint, rosemary and bay, all out of my home garden – pity I had not seen your program and considered lemon as well as I also have those growing here but it is not too late to slip some into the remaining jars that I still have to fill. These make very acceptable gifts for hosts at lunch or dinner parties as the Festive Season approaches, too.

  6. Most canned or jarred olives are cured with an initial lye bath for debittering of phenols. This however leaches out alot of the flavor but greatly speeds up production. Canned black olives are treated with ferrous glucanate to color them dark black.

  7. enjoyed the process!! I was just rinsing it under water but lost the flavor. I think adding in Olive oil is a good combo!! may be some chili flakes and oregano….. Oh yeah,… second thought olive pesto- top notch!!!

  8. AHC, HI at one time few years ago,COSTCO carried GREEK olive oil, they DISSAPEARED, then they had an EVOO BLEND,Greek,ITALY,TURKEY,&SPAIN,then that dissapeared,so now it’s just SPAIN , with the KIRKLAND name,so I do believe GREECE, told them where to go with the private LABLE on it ,I MY HOUSE, THERE IS ZERO VEG OIL,CORN,COTTENSEED,CANOLA, YEARS AGO I used to buy 1 gallon size of PLANTERS PEANUT , then it dissapeared,so nowThere is EVOO, AVOCADO,, GRAPESEED, COCONUT,,,& GHEE, ,, so goes it, Cherio,,,🇺🇾🇺🇾🇺🇸🇺🇸

  9. Did this with a jar of olives my daughter wanted and never used. They're stuffed with jalapenos! I rinsed them for two days in the refrigerator. I will let you know what they taste like in two days.

  10. I know how difficult it is to swallow your food before talking but could you get that microphone really deep down in your throat in the future? There were some digestion sounds we might have missed.

  11. Thanks for sharing! I've always wondered what olives would taste like if they weren't soaked in that salt vinegar solution. I'm very tempted to try this but also not sure if it's worth the effort since i don't know if i like olives lol. I'll try one day though. If it tastes a little nutty and like thyme, mmmm

    Also thank you for all your explanations! Super helpful. Especially with the bacteria growth that can occur in both olives and garlic

  12. Very interesting vid. I love olives, but I never knew you needed to do anything to them like this. I was just curious how the machines get those pimentos in the regular olives on store shelves, and I ended up seeing your vid.

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