Olive oil. Most people will use it in cooking, but it has a variety of other uses as well. Extra virgin olive oil has not been treated with chemicals and is produced by physical means; it is a popular type of oil used in several Mediterranean and Italian dishes or used on salads as a dressing. But those in the Mediterranean and Greece, have long used olive oil for other purposes than cooking, such as medicinal and beauty treatments.
Here, we'll look at extra virgin olive oil - where it's from, how it's made, and what it can be used for.
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