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Prime Members: 52.9oz-Can of Roland Sicilian Castelvetrano Olives (Whole)

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Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: 52.9oz-Can of Roland Sicilian Castelvetrano Olives (Whole) on sale for $9.96 after checking out via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks Abouna

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This is a HUGE deal. I just bought this same can a month ago for $25 which was still a good deal for these.

Fantastic mild meaty and buttery olives. Don't miss this.






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Thanks. Just bought some.
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I love olives but I don't like the looks of those. Begrudgingly passing...
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Any idea how fast you need to eat these after opening. Stored in glass in the fridge.
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Thanks. This is one of my favorite type of olive. Really good price.
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Any idea how fast you need to eat these after opening. Stored in glass in the fridge.
Keep them refrigerated without draining the brine and they'll last months.
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Thanks. This is one of my favorite type of olive. Really good price.

Keep them refrigerated without draining the brine and they'll last months.
A lot of people in the reviews are saying to drain the brine and replace with water because they are really salty. Is this the way to go?
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I like my black olives...
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These are awesome. If you have never had this variety, do yourself a favor and try these (maybe not 3lbs, but I think they are worth it). Buttery like you've never had in an olive before.
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A lot of people in the reviews are saying to drain the brine and replace with water because they are really salty. Is this the way to go?
I would keep the olives in the brine, since it'll preserve them. If you find them too salty, you can always use water to rinse whatever you're about to consume.
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This is a fantastic deal! One of my favorite snacks that I don't indulge in often due to price. This is cheaper than the regular Spanish olives that are so cheap at the market! In for 2. Maybe 3.
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How are these usually?
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grabbed, we'll see if the Wife thinks they taste correct.
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I love olives but I don't like the looks of those. Begrudgingly passing...
Green olive is extremely delicious if that is what stopping you.
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