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Best Olive Oils

Updated December 2018
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    A longtime staple in kitchens all around the world, olive oil is something to always keep stocked in your pantry. From salad dressings to sautéing to nonstick baking and even homemade beauty treatments, the uses for olive oil are abundant. There are a few different types of olive oil. Extra virgin is the most scrutinized and highest grade – and the most expensive. It’s used in restaurants and gourmet cooking. Virgin is the next tier down, but a great choice for the home cook. Plain “olive oil” is a budget choice, and works well as an ingredient in salad dressing or as a nonstick element in cooking. You’ll typically spend between 20 to 40 cents an ounce.

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