What’s the oil you reach for the most when cooking? For me, it’s always been olive oil. However, it’s not always the best choice. Here’s when not to use olive oil — and what to use instead.
When it comes to baking, we all have our own individual styles. Some of us go for the show stopping dessert that makes mouths water and then there are those of us that are truly happy to whip up a batch of cookies.
At its most basic, the Mediterranean diet is one that’s full of colorful fruits and vegetables. That’s just the beginning though.
Whether you’re grilling, tossing, sautéing or baking your favorite summer dishes—or all of the above—you can give them a serious upgrade by using top-quality extra virgin olive oil.
Extra virgin olive oil—it’s luscious, indulgent and insanely healthy. We can’t get enough of Cobram Estate’s ultra-fresh, super-high-quality oil, made from olives raised lovingly by the founders in their California and Australian groves. What could be better?
Olive oil—it’s one of the healthiest fats on the planet, the backbone of the celebrated Mediterranean diet. But it’s also been the cause of controversy over authenticity—that is, it can be hard to know what’s truly good-quality olive oil, no matter what the price tag.
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