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Amazon [amazon.com] has Zoe Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 25.5- Ounce tins (Pack of 2) [amazon.com] for $18.99 after checkout via Subscribe & Save. The price drops to $16.99 if you have five or more S&S items. Shipping is free.



According to a trio of dromedaries, this is only $0.50 higher than the five-year low price.

There has been some back-and-forth about whether Zoe is really organic, despite the USDA and EU organic seals, so caveat emptor.

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I've been using Zoe for 10 years. I just checked and my first order was Nov 19, 2007. The 2 pack cost $17.14 that day. I obviously recommend it if I've been buying it for so long.

You do have to be careful with EVOO. There are probably more fake oils out there than legit ones. Kirkland Organic passed the tests run by UC Davis and I do use that as well, depending on price. Another one I like is California Olive Ranch. That one has been tested and shown to be real. Costco reportedly has very stringent requirements and testing of the olive oil they buy and sell as Kirkland, so if you have concerns about adulterated oil that may be the best way to go.


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"The real deal: California Olive Ranch, Cobram Estate, Lucini. Kirkland Organic, Lucero (Ascolano), McEvoy Ranch Organic are also noted by Eat Grown Local."
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Keep in mind everyone that many olive oil brands do not certify as authentic olive oil.

You may be able to get a 64 oz tub for $12, doesn't mean it's what it says
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Zoe is one of the best olive oil's commercially available I would say.

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Aren't organic ones available in Costco (may brands including Kirkland) less price than this one even after S&S?
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Aren't organic ones available in Costco (may brands including Kirkland) less price than this one even after S&S?
If you get the $16.99 price, I'd call this a decent deal, especially if you don't have a Costco membership. I think the stuff I just bought at Costco was $10 or $11 per liter. I don't think it was organic, but it wasn't the cheapest they offer; this was the stuff they sell in green glass jars. It's also Spanish and/or Greek olive oil, I believe. I've found similar deals for what I call "salad grade" EVOO at Earth Fare, mostly sourced from Argentina, though the price seems to vary a lot more there.
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Keep in mind everyone that many olive oil brands do not certify as authentic olive oil.

You may be able to get a 64 oz tub for $12, doesn't mean it's what it says
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Zoe is one of the best olive oil's commercially available I would say.

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How does it compare to Kirkland Organic Olive Oil? I've read that's one of the good ones as well
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How does it compare to Kirkland Organic Olive Oil? I've read that's one of the good ones as well
I would consider Kirkland a high quality oil.

Different tastes, I think Zoe has a more fruitful aftertaste
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I've been using Zoe for 10 years. I just checked and my first order was Nov 19, 2007. The 2 pack cost $17.14 that day. I obviously recommend it if I've been buying it for so long.

You do have to be careful with EVOO. There are probably more fake oils out there than legit ones. Kirkland Organic passed the tests run by UC Davis and I do use that as well, depending on price. Another one I like is California Olive Ranch. That one has been tested and shown to be real. Costco reportedly has very stringent requirements and testing of the olive oil they buy and sell as Kirkland, so if you have concerns about adulterated oil that may be the best way to go.


https://www.forbes.com/sites/larr...34f21f2a64

https://lifehacker.com/the-most-a...1460894373


"The real deal: California Olive Ranch, Cobram Estate, Lucini. Kirkland Organic, Lucero (Ascolano), McEvoy Ranch Organic are also noted by Eat Grown Local."
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I would consider Kirkland a high quality oil.

Different tastes, I think Zoe has a more fruitful aftertaste
Definitely there are different "tastes" of the oil, and it's a subjective matter if you want one with more intense taste or if you want "just oil." When talking Kirkland (Costco), remember they have multiple grades too, and this varies by store and time-of-year. The "good" one comes in square glass 1 litre bottles, and generally sells for $11-13. Many times the stores sell out of it and don't have it till the next year. I haven't tried this year's batch yet. It usually comes from Italy, but for a few years there was a shortage in Italy due to bad weather and it came from a different country.

I think Costco also has an "Organic" oil that comes in larger plastic bottles (or a 2-pack of them). I'm not saying there's anything wrong with these, but they are "blends" that usually include oil from several countries blended together. Often this includes Turkey, Morocco, Greece, Italy. This makes for a more "generic" oil without as intense a taste (also, cheaper!). For some things, that's what people are used to.

I happen to like the more intense and fruity or peppery oil flavors that you tend to get in single-country (and ideally, single-region and single-variety) oils. Spain tends to have oils that are like this. The Zoe falls mid-way into that spectrum, all sourced from Spain, though it does not identify a specific region or olive variety. I've bought it before and since I was close to 15% for my next S&S, I decided to grab an order of this deal (Thanks!). I'd say don't worry about expiration dates on good olive oil, as long as it's sealed and stored in a cool place. After opening, yes, use it fairly quickly (a month or two I'd say). If you're in a hot place maybe less. These are "medium" size cans, so it's reasonable to use fairly quickly (another reason not to get large "jug" oils).
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Same size of California evoo is about $10 at Walmart and you can buy it one at a time.
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Same size of California evoo is about $10 at Walmart and you can buy it one at a time.
50oz for $10?
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50oz for $10?
No 10 each so same price for same amount and it's legit evoo
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