The Truth about Olive Oil by Joyce Zborower audiobook

The Truth about Olive Oil: Benefits, Curing Methods, Remedies

By Joyce Zborower, MA
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The Truth about Olive Oil is not a cook book. There are no recipes for cooking in the Mediterranean style. There are no pizza recipes. This book is a celebration of the benefits the lowly little olive showers on those who embrace its many flavors and colors by using it. Its health giving benefits are legendary and can be traced back to its earliest uses well before the time of Christ. A practical and fun “how to” guide on the uses of olives and olive oil. For instance, making table olives is an easy and fun thing to do that takes very little actual “doing” on your part. Most of the curing time can be spent by your doing other things while the curing medium does the job of making the fruit edible. The external uses of olive oil all involve using this liquid as a form of folk remedy. It’s a skin lotion to soothe rough chapped elbows or lips; it’s a diaper rash cure; it’s a massage oil for easing aches and pains; it’s a lot of things and we’ve only just scratched the surface.

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The Truth about Olive Oil is not a cook book. There are no recipes for cooking in the Mediterranean style. There are no pizza recipes.

This book is a celebration of the benefits the lowly little olive showers on those who embrace its many flavors and colors by using it. Its health giving benefits are legendary and can be traced back to its earliest uses well before the time of Christ.

A practical and fun “how to” guide on the uses of olives and olive oil. For instance, making table olives is an easy and fun thing to do that takes very little actual “doing” on your part. Most of the curing time can be spent by your doing other things while the curing medium does the job of making the fruit edible.

The external uses of olive oil all involve using this liquid as a form of folk remedy. It’s a skin lotion to soothe rough chapped elbows or lips; it’s a diaper rash cure; it’s a massage oil for easing aches and pains; it’s a lot of things and we’ve only just scratched the surface.

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Author Bio: Joyce Zborower MA

Author Bio: Joyce Zborower MA

Joyce Zborower, MA, is author of a number of books on the topics of nutrition and health, as well as activities such as gardening, cooking, and quilting.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction
Runtime: 1.68
Audience: Adult
Language: English