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    what color is first press olive oil

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    Just as grapes or apples have different flavors, so too do olives. Look to see which type of olive or olives were pressed to produce the oil in the bottle. Another flavor factor is how early or late in the harvest season the olives were pressed. Olives harvested early, say in October, will be greener and produce a more leafy green and pungent oil. This oil will also have more healthful properties. Olives harvested late, in January or even February, will be black and produce a milder oil.


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