Top Tips to store Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)

Keeping in mind how the supermarket shelves are loaded with olive oil brands, that two things are clear – that olive oil is the big “in” thing, and that you are getting spoiled for choice and variations while trying to pick the best one of the lot.

Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

To keep things short and straight, it is best to go for the organic extra virgin olive oil – the purest form of olive oil available in the market easily distinguished for its dark golden color, exotic grassy aroma and the packaging (sold in tinted glass bottle).

However, just purchasing and using the same doesn’t make it all. You must know how to store the EVOO to make the most of your health benefits.

Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

How to store Extra Virgin Olive Oil

  1. Extra virgin olive oil is extremely sensitive to light and heat. That’s the reason why it is sold in tinted glass bottles. Try to keep it in a favorable place away from too much light and heat.
  2. The trick is to buy smaller bottles as the level of healthy antioxidants start deteriorating. Go for smaller bottles and consume the same within 3-4 months.
  3. Pour a small quantity in a bottle for daily use, and store the rest in the fridge to prolong its life. Reopening the bigger bottle frequently and exposing it to air might affect the quality.
  4. If you see the EVOO turning cloudy when stored in the fridge, don’t worry as it would get back to normal on reaching room temperature.

Tunisian cuisine

These are the few ways you can take care of the organic extra virgin olive oil to bring on the best qualities resulting in good health. If you are looking for the purest quality of the variant, you can check out Fafani Foods, the pioneer in producing the purest quality of olive oil since decades. Contact us on http://fafanifoods.com or call us at 844-232-1411 for booking your order.

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