The excellent Greek olive oil is a basic part of our diet. Olives are grown in many areas, while the oil produced bears the characteristic features of the area, the soil, its harvesting conditions, and how it is processed. This olive oil, unique in quality, is consumed raw in salads, adds flavor to soups and pasta dishes and seafood cooked on the grill or in the oven. It’s a basic ingredient for every dish cooked in a pan, can be served with fresh bread and herbs as an appetizer, while it replaces butter in desserts, pies, and biscuits. Can we really imagine a Greek salad without olive oil?
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