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Olive Oil, Reading a label, and choosing

It's important to look for the acid level, the grade of oil and the region of production. Even this can be misleading, as - for example - an oil labelled Tuscan Olive Oil, might simply be processed in that region, possibly from olives from Greece, Spain or elsewhere!

Generally, find two oils that suit your palate - one for salads, and a lighter, cheaper variety for cooking.

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