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Ascent some to my grandparents. Hope they enjoy it.
If you have access to a Costco get evoo there, it will be higher quality and less expensive than this.
Check the source of oils, anytime you get a large mix like this one ( Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Tunisia, Argentina, Turkey, and Chile) instead of a single country you have a really good chance of getting something that is not olive oil due to the large convoluted supply chain. ( this doesn't mean single source is always real, but multi source rarely is )

https://www.foodrenegade.com/your...-oil-fake/

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$7.34 after coupon and S&S. Thank you.
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Descent reviews. I'm in.
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Descent reviews. I'm in.
Ascent some to my grandparents. Hope they enjoy it.
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Ascent some to my grandparents. Hope they enjoy it.
Gotcha! Thank you for the kindness!
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This is my favorite olive oil! Thanks
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Aren't the $2 coupon is fir the first time subscriber/savers? Does not clip for me.
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Does it worth trying?
Some reviews aren't very promising and it certainly costs more than regular organic EVOO in costco or other supermarkets.
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Does it worth trying?
Some reviews aren't very promising and it certainly costs more than regular organic EVOO in costco or other supermarkets.
If you have access to a Costco get evoo there, it will be higher quality and less expensive than this.
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I cook almost everything with this. Eggs in the morning ,veggies and more on the blackstone griddle. You will love it
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This is my favorite olive oil! Thanks
I love this as reccomendation of my friend.
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If you have access to a Costco get evoo there, it will be higher quality and less expensive than this.
Thanks!
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Does it worth trying?
Some reviews aren't very promising and it certainly costs more than regular organic EVOO in costco or other supermarkets.
Personally, I'd rather buy regular olive oil and just use fresh garlic as needed for whatever I'm cooking. Cheaper and better fresh garlic flavor. But, I can see how this may be suitable for lazy cooking.
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Check the source of oils, anytime you get a large mix like this one ( Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Tunisia, Argentina, Turkey, and Chile) instead of a single country you have a really good chance of getting something that is not olive oil due to the large convoluted supply chain. ( this doesn't mean single source is always real, but multi source rarely is )

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