what is olive Oil
Olive oil obtained from the fruit of the olive tree, namely the olive. The oil is extracted from the fresh of the olive, unlike other oils, where the oil is obtained from pip of the fruit.
According to all international standards, olive oil is classified into three main groups. Extra Virgin, Virgin and olive oil. The different between the oil rest in the free fatty acidit of the oil, which is indicative of the care take in picking, processing and storing the oil. To be classified extra virgin the oil need an acidity of below 0.8%;for virgin oil below2.0% and for olive oil below 3.0%. The lower the acidity the better quality of the oil. Good olive oil is also recognizable by its flavor and aroma. A fresh extra virgin olive oil would have a grassy, olive aroma that would remind you of freshly cut grass. A flavor that leaves a hint of bitterness in your mouth as you swallow and depending on the strength of the oil, the oil will vary in degree to being either grassy, peppery, fruity or simply delicate. the differences in intensity of taste will classify extra virgin olive oil as robust, medium or delicate.