Why is it called Extra Virgin olive oil?

Answer Extra Virgin olive oil is the oil that comes from the very first pressing of the olives- it has the least impurities and the least amount of processing- no heat or other methods besides pressing wa... Read More »

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Why is it called extra virgin olive oil?

Extra virgin olive oil is considered the highest grade of olive oil suitable for consumption and is believed to have many health benefits. The name is related to the fact that the oil is drawn from... Read More »

When making NY style pizza dough, should you use extra virgin olive oil or regular olive oil?

Normally use olive oil unless EVOO is specified.EVOO is the dearest and the best, and is best used as a dressing if you like that olive taste.A drizzle could be added to the top of a pizza if you w... Read More »

What is the difference between cold pressed olive oil&extra virgin olive oil?

In order to ensure consumers are informed about the nature of the foods they buy, state and federal governments set labeling standards. To be labeled "extra virgin olive oil," the oil must meet cer... Read More »

Whats the difference between standard olive oil and extra virgin olive oil?

Extra Virgin Olive Oil doesn't put out. Edit-I'm not goin' there either, Niagra...