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Olives are a small round fruit that grows on a tree. They are historically from areas of Europe and the Middle East, but are now also grown in areas such as California.
Olives are not considered to be in the same category as apples and oranges but they are a fruit.
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Yes and no. Olives themselves are great and have loads of health benefits - high in antioxidants, protect against heart disease, promote gastrointestinal health, yada yada. However, sometimes the treatment and processing of olives to cure them and make them black is not so good. This doesn't seem …
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Olives are actually a fruit. They are fermented and don't naturally come with the red center that red center is a pepper called pimento that is purposely placed in the middle of the olive for taste. Peppers are also a fruit too, anything with seeds.
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It is impossible to answer this question as it is all preference, plain and simple!! My favorite eating Olive is the Gaeta Olive from Italy, so although Greece may have the most overall eating olives, it is personal preference for Eating Olives along with Oil..... In Europe, Italy, Spain and Greece …
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The olive is native to the Mediterranean region, tropical and central Asia and various parts of Africa.
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Answer the climax of the book olive's ocean is ...
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Only after they have been open. You don't need to refrigerate brined olives as long as you keep them immersed. However marinaded ones should be kept refrigerated.
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ANSWER: Yes, but it is not advised. Freezing them makes their cell walls break and they have no structure when thawed out. I would pickle them in vinegar or other pickling juice.
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Yes. Olives are because they are concentrated in monounsaturated fats and a good source of vitamin E. Because monounsaturated fats are less easily damaged than polyunsaturated fats, it's good to have some in our cells' outer membranes and other cell structures that contain fats, such as the membra…
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1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
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Olives come from the root word ovliative and they originated from the Mediterranean Basin
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Yes it is an excellent idea to eat olives as they are very healthy and olive oil is much better than sunflower oil
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Yes olives are a Great source of vitamin E
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Spanish green olives
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I would say it's probably more of an esthetic thing. Black olives wouldn't look appetizing in a jar with all the black liquid in it. Many green olives are either naturally fermented or acidified and do not require a metal can. Most black olives are a low-acid food and require a higher heat canning…
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No, a green olive is not a vegetable. All olives are considered to be a fruit. The olives are made to be green during processing. Green olives can be eaten alone or in various recipes.
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Yes olives are fruits. Fruits are usually classified as such because they are usually the mature seed bearing part of a flower.
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Olives are a fruit, because they bare a seed on the inside.
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Mount Olivet.
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Olive wreaths they also used them for lamp fuels, olive oil, food, and even soap!
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The book is centered around twelve year old Martha Boyle. Her fellow classmate Olive Barstrow had just died after being hit by a car while riding her bike. Olive's mother shows up at Martha's front door handing her a piece of Olive's writing from her journal. It says Olive wants to be a writer and s…
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In the mountains, especially the Kalamata area.
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If stored properly, Kalamata olives can stay in the refrigerator for a couple of months. If they are in a jar that hasnâ??t been opened, they are fine for twice as long.
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The song is about Jesus' last night before being captures and crucified. He spent this night in the garden of Garden of Gethsemane which lies at the foot of the Mount of Olives, a mountain ridge to the east of Jerusalem, named for the olive groves on its slopes. thus the song: 'Tis midnight; and o…
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Olives grow on olive trees in Spain, Italy, Greece, and the US. The black (ripe) olives have a stronger, more pungent taste than green olives. The reason that we don't taste the bitterness of the black olives (when we buy them in a can) is because most of the oil and flavor is taken out, when marina…
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until they turn green.
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Olives require a sub tropical climate and prefer long dry summers. They need some cold to bring on dormancy and the successful development of fruit, though these temperatures are still milder than for true cold crops. Minimum temperatures close to freezing could do some damage to foliage and below 1…
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CATS LIKE OLIVES??????? i havent heard that one before. but cats do have some very weird tastes for human foods, and not all of them should be eaten. I really dont suggest feeding or letting your cat have too many olives, unless you have a reason to think otherwise. but yes, cats can like some very …
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A couple of items work in a pinch, although there is no true substitute, 1. Try Capers 2. Pickled Peppers make a good alternative Both of these impart their flavor when cooking - so add them at the same time they specify the olives
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Answer It is known from the Greek mythology that the present of goddess Athena to King Kekrops and the people of Athens was the olive tree, wisdom and of course her protection. The scond god participating in the contest was Poseidon who presented a spring of water and a mighty white horse. The K…
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Olives grow on olive trees. They usually are grown domestically in olive groves. The olives grow well in sunny areas, with fertile soil, and adequate rainfall.
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Do olives taste good on a brats
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Many people young and old enjoy eating olives. There are several different kinds of olives, including green, black, oil cured, and stuffed.
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Olives are usually from Italy or Greece.
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Olives should not smell like rum. They should smell like olives. It could be that there is some yeast spoilage of the olives that could give it an odd odor.
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Well, It just might harm your horse, stick to the snacks that your horse normally eats.Giving your horse the olives might cause an upset stomach, and that certainly won't be pleasant for your horse.
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No. 1 Recipe. Place olives carefully in container, cover the olives with a caustic soda solution (3 oz. of caustic soda to 1 gallon rainwater) for 40 to 48 hours (no longer), using a piece of flat, clean wood to keep them below the surface of the liquid. At the end of 48 hours pour off the caustic l…
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Olives are grown and can be found in many countries. Greece and Spain being the largest growers of olive trees and production of by products from olives such as olive oil, olive oil based spreads, pickled and preserved olives.California and the mediterranean
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No. Olives are not effective treatment for gout. I am not sure on olives. them being and oil and all. but however i do know any kind of cranberry will help as well as cherries. my dad had a lot of problems with the uric acid crystals and was having hard time even standing. he eats a hand ful of drie…
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Here are some health comparisons between Green and Black olives: Green olives have more calories. Green olives have more saturated fat. They both have about the same amount of protein and fiber. Black olives have more iron. Green olives have more vitamin E. Both have about the same amount of …
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Black Olives are ripened Green Olives, so any Country mainly around the Mediterranean would have Black Olives, Including and not limited to Italy, Greece, Spain, France among others. All Olives start out Green then turn Black....
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Yes, they do grow on trees! In fact, olive trees can grow very tall. They range in height from 26-50 feet at maturity... making the harvest of the taller varietals of olive a very dangerous job. Something perhaps not well known is that raw olives, while not poisonous, aren't edible. Freshly picked o…
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The main event which took place on the Mount of Olives was on the night before Jesus was crucified, when He wept over Jerusalem. See Luke Chapter 22 It also was the location of Jesus' sermon known as the Olivet Discourse, which is found in Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21.
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Black olives are actually green olives that are ripe. There are many types of olives and many of them are already dark in color. But the basic green olive (neé spanish olive or manzinilla olive) ripen over time into black olives ;)
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olives are found in fields and on trees
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The olive is a fruit harvested from the olive tree. It possesses seeds and grows from a tree, and is therefore considered a fruit.
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Olives are the fruit of the olive tree.
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About $25.
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Spain produces the most olives in the world at 6.2 million tons per year, followed by Italy, Greece and Turkey.
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The olive is native to the Mediterranean region, tropical and central Asia and various parts of Africa.
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There are: approx 1 carb in 1 ounce of pickled, canned or bottled, green olivesapprox 2 carbs in 1 ounce of ripe, canned, black olivesapprox 3.8 carbohydrates in 1 ounce of Greek, black, ripe (Castella) olives.
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Crack each olive open and put into bowl of water, change water daily for a period of two weeks. After 14 days place in a solution of brine, 100g of salt per litre of water, leave for two days. Dry, and place in a solution of vinegar and water, 1 part water to 4 parts vinegar for 2 days. Drain and st…
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An olive is considered a fruit because it has a pit.
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Are olives good for pregnant women? YES. While it varies upon the type of olive and how it's processed (fresh, jarred, canned, watch out for sodium levels!) the olive is an awesome source of essential fatty acids needed for your baby's brain development. Don't like olives? get some olive oil. The go…
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One cup of olives weighs 180 grams.
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Pimentos are inserted into green olives as a garnish. This was done by hand until the early 1960s, when the first olive-stuffing machine was invented.
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The most common name is Mother. This is harmless residue that forms on the olives when the vinegar in the brine mixes with oxygen (oxidation).
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The only difference between a black and green olive is its color, which is due to when it's picked. If it's picked before it's ripe, the olive will be green. If it's picked while it's ripe, the olive will be black. So, any country that produces olives produce both types. There are numerous countries…
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Yes they can! Especially black ones, just make sure they are pitted! My baby is 17 months old! She can't get enough of them! She was 1 when she had her first one!
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Baby oil is mineral oil, which is a by-product of the distillation process of petroleum.
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Typical "best by.." date for green olives in brine in a jar is 24-30 months from packing date. Unopened, these will keep at least an additional 2 years beyond that date (in cool dark storage) and have no difference in taste. How far beyond that period is not known. Once opened, storage is seriously…
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2 cups of olives = how many #?
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Olives were rare and very slow growing.
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Some types of olive can be two or three times higher in carbs than other olives are. For example: approx 1 carb in 1 ounce of pickled, canned or bottled, green olivesapprox 2 carbs in 1 ounce of ripe, canned, olivesapprox 3.8 carbs in 1 ounce of Greek, black, ripe (Castella) olives.
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Greece, Turkey, Palestine, Italy, France, Spain,
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No, but they taste horrible until they are cured.
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i like to eat olives
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They are a bitter tasting olive at a whopping $4.00 an olive! Actually I've found them for $5.99 for 10 oz. and I wouldn't call them bitter at all. Just a bit stronger.
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The active cultures used to ferment olives are: Lactobacillus plantarum and Leuconostoc mesenteroides both are common lactic acid bacteria.
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It is the place where Jesus will place His feet at His 2nd coming.RE: Zechariah 14:4 And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the East, and the mount of Olives shall cleave in the midst thereof toward the east and toward the west, and there shall b…
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There is no name for fear of olives, but lachanophobia is the fear of vegetables.
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No, cholesterol is only found in animal products.
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if they are kept in a closed container, with liquid from can, they can last up to 5 days
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Yes, indeed I do.
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Could be a sebaceous cyst.
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The Mount of Olives is in Jerusalem, across the valley from the Old City. It is the site of the oldest Jewish cemetery in the world, but was destroyed and vandalized by Jordan when they occupied Jerusalem. My father was buried there after being killed by an Arab sniper, in 1948, and I have no idea w…
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Very firm, tart, slightly bitter. I think of them like a pickle but definitely not sweet. Funny though olives like dill pickles are suppose to curb the sweet cravings when dieting and it actually works for me. Be aware they are not as low in calories probably because they are packed in oil. They are…
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