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I store my EVOO in a dark bottle in my kitchen pantry which is usually not lit unless I walk in to re-stock pantry staples. When I was living in an apartment, I used to store it in a dark bottle inside a dark cabinet that was away from the built in cooktop and oven and not opened and closed often. EVOO deteriorates with light and heat. Oxidation is not good for delicate, plant-derived oils as it reduces the bio-availbility of vital ingredients and hastens its possibility of going rancid.

This is as per my understanding. Cruzluvr will clarify better I guess. Hope it helps.
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Well, my knowledge of how to store EVOO (in cold and dark place in a dark bottle) is reinforced by the numerous Italians I spoke to during the Oct-Nov 2016 olive harvest in Tuscany when I was there specifically to witness it and buy it for self use back home. I spoke to several people involved in the chain of EVOO production - the farm owners, people working at village oil presses, people selling oil from their own farms in small shops in really small non-touristy villages and markets in such non-touristy villages meant for sale to fellow villagers. I will stick to what they told me.
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Got me one, this is nice, you can save the containers after..
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FYI- NOT suppose to store Olive Oil or any kind of oil is a Clear Glass Bottle.
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FYI- NOT suppose to store Olive Oil or any kind of oil is a Clear Glass Bottle.
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Wish the code worked for the small set. 17oz bottles are too big for the table, IMHO. When I cook, I pour directly out of the manufacturer's bottle, so not much use for the large set for me..
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I store my EVOO in a dark bottle in my kitchen pantry which is usually not lit unless I walk in to re-stock pantry staples. When I was living in an apartment, I used to store it in a dark bottle inside a dark cabinet that was away from the built in cooktop and oven and not opened and closed often. EVOO deteriorates with light and heat. Oxidation is not good for delicate, plant-derived oils as it reduces the bio-availbility of vital ingredients and hastens its possibility of going rancid.

This is as per my understanding. Cruzluvr will clarify better I guess. Hope it helps.
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Wish the code worked for the small set. 17oz bottles are too big for the table, IMHO. When I cook, I pour directly out of the manufacturer's bottle, so not much use for the large set for me..
The item is sitting in my cart and I really want to order it but even I am conflicted about its actual use. I do like the idea of not storing oil in plastic containers and this set is minimalistic and stylish. It being clear means I can't store most oils I use in my kitchen. For regular canola or peanut oil that I can store in it, my issue is that the pour spout does not come with a cap to seal it and I don't like leaving it open all day on my countertop. It will absorb odors from cooking or slowly oxidise. Plus, I too use the mfr original bottles to pour into the pan when I temper a dish, which is lazy and not elegant. But the bottleheads are quite narrow and this means an extra step of using a specific funnel to transfer oil into it every now and then. We cook often and even though we are mindful of using limited quantity of oil in cooking, we end up using it up faster than many other households.

hmm dilemma....
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Incorrect. If you're using a good quality Olive oil it's fine. Blended olive oil may be susceptible, but as long as you're not using some garbage it should be fine.

I'm sure there are other types of oils more likely to oxidize in clear glass, but unless you're storing this in a sunny window for a couple years, everything will be ok.
Well, my knowledge of how to store EVOO (in cold and dark place in a dark bottle) is reinforced by the numerous Italians I spoke to during the Oct-Nov 2016 olive harvest in Tuscany when I was there specifically to witness it and buy it for self use back home. I spoke to several people involved in the chain of EVOO production - the farm owners, people working at village oil presses, people selling oil from their own farms in small shops in really small non-touristy villages and markets in such non-touristy villages meant for sale to fellow villagers. I will stick to what they told me.
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The item is sitting in my cart and I really want to order it but even I am conflicted about its actual use. I do like the idea of not storing oil in plastic containers and this set is minimalistic and stylish. It being clear means I can't store most oils I use in my kitchen. For regular canola or peanut oil that I can store in it, my issue is that the pour spout does not come with a cap to seal it and I don't like leaving it open all day on my countertop. It will absorb odors from cooking or slowly oxidise. Plus, I too use the mfr original bottles to pour into the pan when I temper a dish, which is lazy and not elegant. But the bottleheads are quite narrow and this means an extra step of using a specific funnel to transfer oil into it every now and then. We cook often and even though we are mindful of using limited quantity of oil in cooking, we end up using it up faster than many other households.

hmm dilemma....
If you are referring to the small set, I figure we'll go through 5oz bottles quick enough, so not really enough time for odors or oxidation to form - but I don't think they're worth full price. My concern on the caps is they set in an excellent position to collect dust, of which there is plenty of in my home, anyway!
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Well, my knowledge of how to store EVOO (in cold and dark place in a dark bottle) is reinforced by the numerous Italians I spoke to during the Oct-Nov 2016 olive harvest in Tuscany when I was there specifically to witness it and buy it for self use back home. I spoke to several people involved in the chain of EVOO production - the farm owners, people working at village oil presses, people selling oil from their own farms in small shops in really small non-touristy villages and markets in such non-touristy villages meant for sale to fellow villagers. I will stick to what they told me.
To each their own. I mean, a pretty significant percentage of those people also probably believe once upon a time they put two of every animal on a big boat.

I may be wrong, but "this dude from Tuscany" doesn't feel like a very authoritative source.
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