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The great olive oil fraud - Why your extra virgin olive oil may not be virgin..

The great olive oil fraud - Why your extra virgin olive oil may not be virgin at all

(NaturalNews) You thought you were making an informed health choice by using extra-virgin olive oil in place of cheaper, low-quality cooking oils, right? You probably never thought that a tiny, expensive bottle of EVOO might be cut with crap or doctored with chlorophyll to make it taste like olive oil -- when in fact it was soybean or another health-compromising, cheap oil. According to Tom Mueller, the fearless author of Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil, 70 percent of the extra virgin olive oil sold worldwide is watered down with other oils and enhancers making them far from virgins and more like sidewalk hookers on the corner of 10th and Main -- not exactly good for your health or your pocketbook.

Mueller exposes the billion dollar industry, showing how EVOO is compromised world-wide. During volunteer testing by suppliers to authenticate what they thought were pure extra virgin olive oils, every brand submitted in Australia during 2012 failed the tests and none gained certification for being pure. Authentication tests at UC Davis in 2011 uncovered similar results.

How to recognize genuine extra virgin olive oil
It's difficult to tell by taste if the brand of olive oil you buy is truly extra virgin. Even the experts get stumped during taste tests. There are two ways that give a hint whether you have the real thing or a fake. Neither is absolutely fool proof; however, they will rule out the hardcore fakes.

Extra virgin olive oil solidifies when it's cold. When the bottle is placed in the refrigerator, it should become cloudy and thicken or even solidify. As it warms on the counter, it becomes liquid again. Any oil that doesn't thicken in the fridge is not pure EVOO -- simple as that.

Additionally, the real McCoy is flammable and should be able to keep a wick from an oil lamp burning. If your oil doesn't, it is not pure EVOO.

Buying genuine extra virgin olive oil
The best place to buy the real thing is from local producers whom you know. Of course, not everyone lives in Italy or near an olive orchard. The next best way to find genuine, extra virgin olive oil from companies or online is to look for those whose products have been tested and certified as pure and organic. (http://www.foodrenegade.com/real-food-resources/#fats) Pure EVOO is not cheap, but then neither is fake EVOO; so you may not notice much of a difference in price, just in taste and health effects.

Alternatives to using olive oil
As delicious and healthful as extra virgin olive oil is, some people do not like the taste; and of course, it's not meant for cooking at high temperatures. There are other delicious and healthy unrefined fats and oils available that make great alternates for health-conscious individuals.

Coconut Oil -- The best virgin or expeller pressed coconut oil is made without the use of high heat during processing. It's a highly nutritious food packing a wide range of health benefits. Virgin coconut oil can be heated for cooking or consumed straight out of the jar on a spoon.

Red Palm Oil -- Red palm oil is made from the palm fruit rather than the palm kernel, and in its unrefined state, it is high in vitamin E, tocopherols, tocotrienols and beta-carotene. It has no trans-fats and is stable when heated during cooking. It contains oleic acid, the main fatty acid found in olive oil and is monounsaturated.

Other healthful oils and fats
· Sesame Seed Oil
· Nut oils
· Avocado oil
· Flax seed oil
· Fermented cod liver oil
· Ghee

Sources for this article include:

http://articles.latimes.com/2011/apr...e-oil-20110414

more sources at the link...

http://www.naturalnews.com/036509_ex...ud_bottle.html
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Old 10-29-2013, 02:25 PM   #31
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I'm not saying I cook with Extra virgin, I'm saying what you pointed out was already in the Op. Up until now I didn't know how to test it to see if it's genuine, so mine is already in the fridge.
I was referring to this line at the beginning of the article:

You thought you were making an informed health choice by using extra-virgin olive oil in place of cheaper, low-quality cooking oils, right?

Right off the bat that lit up my bullshit alarm. I take the rest of the article with a grain of salt. I would never use cheap low quality cooking oils in place of extra virgin. That's not what it's for.
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It's absolutely a quack site. A dangerous one at that. But don't take my word for it. Here's what a clinical neurologist from Yale University School of Med says about NaturalNews and it's owner/author Mike Adams:

Naturally a school of medicine would say this. It's competition for the allopathic medical profession where these schools are largely funded with grants from BIG Pharma. This source is meaningless to those who seek safer alternative methods which they can integrate with allopathic medicine as needed. It's their choice.

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Dangerous quack pseudoscience.
I have been familiar with this site. They smear some good people on their site. They can't get beyond their own ignorance and bigotry.

Some allopathic medicine kills too. Does that make it all bad? No.

Remember, the allopathic doctors smeared and villified Dr. Semmelweis for a long time while more women died in childbirth because doctors wouldn't wash their hands. Blood letting was also a mainstream practice too.
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It's cool, why take my word for it? I was just standing on my back porch sipping coffee while staring into a 25 acre olive orchard. I was thinking about a couple of important trips I have to take today. One of which will take me right by the Bell Carter olive processing plant, the other which will take me right by the Lucero olive oil processing facility, lol. I've only lived in this area for about 20 years.
Cool. I get to look at a once upon a time orange grove.

It's a good thing you're not near those folks that hold that garlic festival.
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Cool. I get to look at a once upon a time orange grove.

It's a good thing you're not near those folks that hold that garlic festival.
I would love to go to a garlic festival. I love garlic, the fresher the better.
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I would love to go to a garlic festival. I love garlic, the fresher the better.
Well, so long as everybody there is eating it, I suppose it wouldn't bother anyone.
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Well, so long as everybody there is eating it, I suppose it wouldn't bother anyone.
I make this dish that, for lack of a better name, I call cornbread chili pie. I make chili con carne seasoned with garlic, curry and chipotle. I then bake it into cornbread using a glass pie pan. It's incredible. Garnish each piece with Greek yogurt and chopped green onions, put a a bit of vinegar based hot sauce on there if you like (Valentina is nice, or Tabasco) and you are good to go.
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Did you curry in chili? How do you get the Texans/American frontiersmen to mix with the Asians?

Or did you mean cumin? If so, it sound delicious.
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Naturally a school of medicine would say this. It's competition for the allopathic medical profession where these schools are largely funded with grants from BIG Pharma. This source is meaningless to those who seek safer alternative methods which they can integrate with allopathic medicine as needed. It's their choice.

Enjoy the monopoly on ideas.




I have been familiar with this site. They smear some good people on their site. They can't get beyond their own ignorance and bigotry.

Some allopathic medicine kills too. Does that make it all bad? No.

Remember, the allopathic doctors smeared and villified Dr. Semmelweis for a long time while more women died in childbirth because doctors wouldn't wash their hands. Blood letting was also a mainstream practice too.
LOL... no, it's not competition with real medical professions. "Allopathic" is a fake name created by homeopaths in a sad effort to legitimize their own silly gypsy cure-all potions.
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Did you curry in chili? How do you get the Texans/American frontiersmen to mix with the Asians?

Or did you mean cumin? If so, it sound delicious.
Yup, curry. Used lightly it has some nice heat and flavor. How much you add depends on the dish.
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It's a good place to raise kids. That's why I moved up here. I'll be moving on before long. My youngest turned sixteen today.
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Boy. I have four kids, two of each.
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Hah, no. Two in their 20's and two in their teens. Boy, girl, girl, boy.
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LOL... no, it's not competition with real medical professions. "Allopathic" is a fake name created by homeopaths in a sad effort to legitimize their own silly gypsy cure-all potions.
Yes it is competition. That's what the free-market school teaches--that certain competitors will use legislation or govt to create barriers to entry into markets. Or bad mouth the competition. Happens all the time--not just in healthcare. Every lawn person I hire bad mouths the other company to get their foot in the door.

The medical profession legislated its way into dominant, practically monopoly status, when homeopathics were more popular back in the 19th century. In somewhat recent history they were even found guilty in a court of law trying to drive the chiropractic profession out of business by labelling them "quacks." Chiropractic plays a valid role in healthcare...even eliminating some expensive back surgeries. They knew this was happening.

Furthermore, it's also what lead to the medical profession being so highly paid. Once upon a time, they didn't make much. This happens from creating barriers to entry.

Even some pharmaceutical firms have lobbied to get vitamin/mineral supplements banned or patented. They haven't won that yet but they have been buying up natural food stores and reducing the potency of some vitamins.

If ALL these things are so full of quackery they wouldn't need to resort to such tactics. People would find out anyway. However, there's a reason for this, alternative therapies and healthcare is growing...and they're afraid of it. Think of how few pharmaceuticals folks would need if they remained healthy for longer.

I don't expect you to agree because you prefer to live in the Truman Show of mainstream mania. So I'll not waste anymore time trying to defend my position. You're free to disagree but I won't be reading it.
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