Olive oil makes the perfect cooking oil, if you’re making continental delicacies, sautéing vegetables, making pasta or simple fish or lean meat recipes. Rich in antioxidants and vitamin E, cold pressed olive oil promotes better cell regeneration, boosts the immune system, and has anti-cancer properties. However, cooking olives at high heat can reduce its effectiveness, so it’s best not to use heat recipes or lightly sauté them.
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