When it comes to the kitchen must have, aka, olive oil, there are so many choices on the store shelves. While the majority of the population uses Italian olive oil, there are many other types, from regions all around the globe. Many markets now carry oils from a wide range of countries, including from France, Greece, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Tunisia, and the U.S.
Within those countries, there’s a lot of variation, so it would be impossible to characterize one country’s oil with a few key terms. Yet there are also some helpful things to know about the big four—Greece, Italy, Spain, and the U.S.—in terms of what they’re each known for and the differences you find within them.
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