Did you know there can be a lot of mislabeling at the grocery store when it comes to extra virgin olive oil? Lucky for us, one of the three trained professional olive oil tasters in the U.S. wrote a new book to help anyone tell the difference between a fresh extra virgin olive oil and a knockoff. "Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The Truth In Your Kitchen" author David M. Neuman dials-in and shares how to taste and smell olive oil to make sure it is genuine.
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We get schooled by one of leading professionals in the olive oil business #davidneuman @evooguy Who happens to be one of the world's greatest #oliveoil tasters, manufacturer & author of Extra Virgin Olive Oil--The Truth In Your Kitchen Check out evooguy.com/ for guidance on what's exceptional when it comes to everything olive oil. We really enjoyed learning about it by doing an on-air tasting with David w| very fresh Spanish olive oil. We also learned about the importance of olive oil in our daily lives. David impressed us w| his full knowledge on how much respect he has for his profession & his passion! We know that you're going to get really interested in this powerful food source once you all hear what he has to say & teach. Cheers! #rolandsfoodcourt #siriusxm
“I had to understand what the consumer really wanted” David
“If you can believe it, I ran a big olive oil company for five years and did not know what attributes and defects were” David
For the restaurant and B&I foodservice chef extra virgin olive oil is a kitchen pantry staple known for its health benefits, versatility, and the rich flavor that is associated with it. Unknowingly, they may be purchasing extra virgin olive oil with defects, that has spoiled, or even worse, that should be used for soap. Soap? What? In his book “Extra Virgin Olive Oil: The Truth In Your Kitchen”, David Neuman hopes to educate the consumer on what quality extra virgin olive oil should taste like so they can enjoy a higher standard of culinary experience and not be fooled by mislabeled brands.
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