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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.
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Satan never spoke to Jesus on the mount of Olives.
Olives MIGHT be okay but make sure they don't get the pit. :D
olives are actually bitter.
If the olives have been refrigerated during those two weeks andhave not been contaminated with dirty fingers or utensils, theyshould be safe to consume. Realize that the pH of green fermented olives is usually at a levellow enough to prevent the growth of pathogens. Black or ripe olivesare...
wet damp i say not nice but u never know
Save as much of the liquid as you can from the original container, then store in the refrigerator in an airtight container. My leftover olives are usually eaten within a week, but I know for sure they'll last that long in the fridge.
Olives are not considered to be in the same category as apples and oranges but they are a fruit.
They grow on small olive trees. Anything edible such as apples, pears, nuts (a hard-shelled fruit) that contain seeds or a pit is a fruit.
It is a small piece of pimento pepper.
"le midi" is an alternative name for the south of France. 'les olives du midi' means 'olives from Southern France'
Jesus prayed on the Mount of Olives the night before he was crucified. So, in the song, the light shining on Olive's brow is the light on the Mount of Olives.
Italy, Greece, Spain and France all have Black Olive Varieties Black Olives are only Black as they are on the tree longer and Turn Black. All Olives start out Green...........
I guess when you pickle anything, you add salt and water, then you keep it in a closed container for a few weeks. I guess you can add extra seasonings to it too for extra flavor.
Usually about 155 calories per cup, which is about one serving.
Nothing, he died of stomach cancer not olive poisoning.
Yes. The green are picked green and the black are allowed to ripen. They both go through the same process of curing in brine.
Athena. Because of this gift, the city was named after her and she became its patron goddess.
Do you mean " grow in the nation of Chile ? " or go into a chili recipe ? Personally, I've eaten many varieties of chili all over the world and have never seen black olives in a bowl of chili.
Green or black. Some are also grey or purple.
Olives grow on olive trees in Spain, Italy, Greece, and the US. Theblack (ripe) olives have a stronger, more pungent taste than greenolives. The reason that we don't taste the bitterness of the blackolives (when we buy them in a can) is because most of the oil andflavor is taken out, when marinated...
yes, i have herd that the fruit is edible.
Yes, only if they are specifically certified kosher for passover. You can find kosher for Passover olives at any Jewish supermarket
Usually, no. Most kinds of olives are way too bitter to eat straight off the tree and must be cured in some sort of brine before they're fit for consumption. Now, I said usually, meaning that there's an exception. There is a kind of olive that can be eaten straight off the tree, but I can't...
Across the valley east of Jersalem.
There are roughly 80 Kalamata Olives per pound.
until they turn green.
No they can't. Before eating, olives have to be put into a jar and be pickled first before you can eat them. Otherwise you would be eating bitter olives. And nobody likes that. Pickling olives actually helps gets rid of the bitterness so you can eat them. That's why most olives are sold in jars. .
Uncured olives contain a bitter alkaloid called oleuropein which has antioxidant properties. Curing neutralises most of the alkaloid and reduces bitterness. There are different curing methods including brine, dry salt, lye (sodium hydroxide aka caustic soda) and water which produce different...
Olives are grown in countries all round the Mediterranean. The Italians most certainly grow olives both for oil and for the olive fruit. Almost every area of Italy is climatically capable of olive growing. Tuscany is particularly celebrated for its oil.
true- the farmers did raise crops such as grapes, olives, wheat, and barley
Only in that they are both members of the Plant Kingdom. Olives come from a tree, grapes come from a vining shrub.
Man vs Nature (Martha almost drowning) Man vs Man (Martha and Jimmy) Man vs himself (Marthas conflicting thoughts)
After eating a few olives that had been out all day my father became very sick. He threw up all that was in his stomach. So, I believe that olives do make you sick.. After eating a few olives that had been out all day my father became very sick. He threw up all that was in his stomach. So, I believe...
about two weeks depending on how cold you keep your frid
Gaseous extractions from my alimentary canal are facilitated and pleasing to the nose of dogs.
The Fruit & Vegetable food group
it depends on how u want to make it. u could stuff it and put it in the oven or u could fry it!!!
Olive is a fruit.
1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
Well drained, alkaline soil (8- 8.5PH). Olives will withstand some salinity in the soil, I have even read spraying them with brine to treat for illness is a good idea on occation.
yes,they make you every horney. they make you get a large plum boner, may cause erecting or dripping. you would want to bang someones brains out or just simply humping a object. you may need to grab a bucket if your female beacuse you would rain out a sea.. any more question email...
any can that hisses when opened is BADDDD!!!! throw it out imediately.
Olives reproduce like any other fruit - you get flowers, you get pollen, you get bees. Voila! Fruit. Like any other tree fruit, like apples for instance, the trees produce flowers, they are pollinated, and fruit is produced from the flowers.
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...
These olives can last a couple of months in the refrigerator.
because there is good weather for growing olives
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in spain, greece, italy, almost anywhere
no it is made out of olive oils . not the real olive.
Greece, France, Italy, Spain and California are some of the areas known for growing olives as well as grapes.
Puglia region in south of Italy
California produces 40% of canned olives in the united states and only 2% of oil the rest comes from the the Mediterranean area
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...
no needs for insects
Yes. That is how we get olives in jars and cans and olive oil. Olives are normally never eaten directly from the tree; to be palatable they are cooked, pickled, brined, sugared or pressed.
No. It is too cold. Olives are a tropical warm weather fruit. California and southern Italy grow olives.
Yes, they do. If any animals eat human food, they could have major problems that could cause death.
Oliv ia 's suitors are Duke Orsino (also called Count Orsino in the play) and Sir Andrew Aguecheek (drinks with Olivia's uncle, Sir Toby Belch)
While wild birds do eat olives, they are not a recommended part of a parakeet's diet. Olivesare salty and oily, especially green ones, which isn't healthy for abird. You may try to feed olives to your parakeet as a rare treat, butnot too often.
yes they go white in there preservatives.
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
The Mount of Olives is generally believed to be the central point of the limestone hills east of Jerusalem, "a sabbath day's journey" away, across the Kidron Valley. (Zechariah 14:4; Acts 1:12) (It was named for the Olive groves that used to be so prevalent (Nehemiah 8:15), but were destroyed during...
Yes. There are olive groves on the slopes. It is a minor mount of about 820m a.s.l. and is also used as a cemetery.
This is simple, drain the Olives of their oil or brine, and then cover them in hot water. Allow to cool in the fridge for 3-4 hours before draining and a substantial part of the salt content has been removed. The more water you use, the more salt you remove. Repeat the process according to your own...
No, the fruit of a Russian Olive tree is not poisonous to humans. In fact, it is a snack food sold at markets in Turkey and other parts of the Middle East. The taste and texture will be more like a date than an olive though.
That is approximately 7 ounces
Yes, just count the carbs
It comes from any type of raw olive they press them.
yes,due to their leaves (colour and shape),and of course from their fruits.
That is the correct spelling of the plural form "olives".
if you kept them their too long then they would probably spoil
Soak the olives in olive oil for a day or longer. This seasons the oil for cooking and salad dressings and leaches out some of the salt in the olives.
They produce olives every year, though normally one year the harvest is greater and the next year smaller.
In a 1 oz serving (typical) there is 69 calories
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To avoid alteration of olives; sodium chloride is a preservativefor foods. Also the taste is improved.
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