- Vigorous and fruity olive oil
- For sautéing vegetables or meats
- First cold pressed olive oil
- Presented by celebrated chef José Andrés
- Made by the artisans at Casas de Hualdo
- Size - 16.9 fl oz/500 ml
A few words about this item from chef José Andrés:
Picual gets its edge from the harsh climate of central Spain from which it hails. Grown on silvery gnarled brances, the Picual olive gives an oil that is vigorous and fruity, with hints of green leaf, banana and mint and a slight peppery finish. With an excellent fatty acid content, Picual stands up well in cooking; I love it to sauté fish, or to add dimension to savory beef stew or lamb dishes. It is also a superior dipping sauce. Either way I know you'll see for yourself why it is the most popular olive varietal in the world.
Serving size 0.5 oz (15ml). Calories 120. Total fat 13.6g (21%), saturated fat 2g (10%), trans fat 0g (0%), polyunsaturated fat 0.6g, Monounsaturated fat 10.9g, cholesterol 0mg (0%), sodium 0mg (0%), total carbohydrate 0g (0%). Protein 0g. Not a significant source of dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium or iron. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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