Does blending olive oil make it a fake olive oil? The German culinary blogger answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in Germany about olive oil. Ann explains that olive oil is not blended with other vegetable oils. Blending is, in fact, more an art than a science, as achieving such unique flavours requires passion, as with wine or coffee. In fact, it is considered a form of craftsmanship.

Is the colour of the olive oil an important characteristic of the quality of the oil? Charlotte Mathilda answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in the Netherlands about olive oil. The food blogger explains that colour is not a major factor when assessing the quality of olive oil. The important thing is the variety and the different flavour of the olives used in the blend.

Are all Extra Virgin Olive Oils the same? Which brands of olive oil can be trusted? Malanie Lionello, a nutritionist and food blogger from Australia, answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in Australia about olive oil. Melanie explains that extra virgin olive oil is the top standard of olive oil, ensuring quality, flavour and the great health benefits.

Is olive oil expensive? Nan Hongwiwat, the leading food blogger in Thailand, answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in Thailand about olive oil. Nan Hongwiwat explains that the price of olive oil is reasonable as it is generally high quality and offers many nutritional and health benefits.

Can you use olive oil for all types of cooking? Ranveer Brar, the famous Indian chef, answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in India about olive oil. Ranveer stresses that olive oil can be used for all types of cooking, from salads to traditional foods cooked at high temperatures, and even for sweet desserts.

How can I tell a good olive oil from a fake one? Italian food blogger Valentina Tozza answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in Italy about olive oil. Valentina explains that the easiest way to tell a good olive oil from a bad one is by its taste and aroma. It should have a bitter and piquant flavour. It should, of course, have a strong aroma.

How can I tell if the olive oil is fake? Laura Vitale, a US blogger and author, answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in the USA about olive oil. If a product is labelled as “olive oil”, it is safe to say that it is 100% olive oil.

Is there anything wrong with oil with a bitter taste? Sara La Fountain, a food blogger in Finland, answers the most frequently searched for question on Google in Finland about olive oil. Sara explains that the bitterness in olive oil is a positive characteristic.