Advantages: Good for you, wide range of uses, relatively inexpensive. Disadvantages: Strongly flavoured.
First things first, let's get a few of the questions you're quite likely to ask out of the way.
1. Am I writing this review purely with the express intention of making money off of the product of the week thing?
Yes, yes I am. In my defence, I'm pr ...
Advantages: Versatile cooking Ingredient Disadvantages: can be a little expensive
Francesco and Caterina Bertolli started selling Olive Oil from a small shop underneath their home in Lucca in 1865. They found that the hot dry conditions underneath their home was perfect for making and st ...
Advantages: Healthy, tasty, non-greasy and a quality brand. Disadvantages: Costly but worth every penny!
Without a doubt I love Italian foods, dressings, pasta, sauces and olives. Most importantly people are becoming more health conscious as a nation and trying to seek healthy alternatives and food which is deemed "safe?". To be honest I lo ...
Advantages: a fresh clean aroma, and full flavour Disadvantages: A bit pricier than other brands
Bertolli - what's in a name?
When I pick up the bottle of honey coloured liquid I imagine a family of young Italian men; dark-haired, muscular men with golden skin and chocolate brown eyes. Their shirtless torsos, glisten with s ...
Advantages: healthier, full and fresh olive flavour, perfect consistency, enriches flavour of foods, reasonably priced Disadvantages: none that I can think of
Both of my parents are Greek Cypriot, needless to say olives, and in particular olive oil has been in my life for as long as I remember. My Grandmother who is in her late 80's swears by it for all different forms of use from contemporary religious reasons ...