Clearspring - 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 500mlBrand - Clearspring Wholefoods
Olive oil is a kitchen staple, so why not use the best? The 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil is cold-extracted and unrefined, retaining its excellent nutrition.
- Made from Dolce di Rossano and Coratina olives
- Cold-extracted and unrefined olive oil
- Suitable for cold use
- Contains Vitamin E
- Salt-free and sugar-free
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is very popular for being a fantastic multi-purpose oil. It’s also known to be quite nutritious and is considered to be one of the healthiest fats. While there’s an abundance of olive oils out there, it’s hard finding one that’s high-quality. That’s where Clearspring’s 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil comes in.
Clearspring Wholefoods 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made from two kinds of olives - Dolce di Rossano and Coratina. Dolce di Rossano olives give this oil its mild and fruity notes, while the Coratina gives it its punch. These olives are sourced directly from the Italian regions of Calabria and Puglia, respectively.
The olive oil is drawn out using a centrifugation process called cold extraction. This process separates the wet solids from the oil, which is clarified along the way. Cold extraction is the preferred method for making olive oil because it is cleaner. It also allows for better quality control.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a healthy oil that can be used to drizzle on salads and bread. It can even be used to make a pasta base or to make dips or dressings. Like other oils, it can be used for sautéing and frying.
Organic 100% Italian extra virgin oil
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the maximum heating temperature of Clearspring Wholefoods 100% Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil?
The ideal temp should not exceed 190°C.
I’ve heard that when you heat cold-extracted oils, they lose their beneficial properties. Is that true?
Cold extraction brings out the oil without the introduction of heat. This way, the oil’s natural properties are kept. By introducing heat, it could lose its nutritional value. That’s why Extra Virgin Olive Oil is often drizzled on your meals after cooking.
That doesn’t mean you can use this for cooking, in fact, you can. But we do recommend not exceeding the max heating temperature.