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Is olio d'oliva vegan?

Olio d'oliva is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is olio d'oliva?

Olio d'oliva, also known as olive oil, is a staple ingredient in Mediterranean cuisine that has been cherished for centuries for its rich flavor and numerous health benefits. Made by pressing olives, this oil boasts a fruity, slightly bitter taste and a fragrant aroma that can elevate any dish to new heights. Besides its culinary uses, olio d'oliva is a versatile ingredient that is widely used in skincare products and has been associated with a reduced risk of heart disease and other chronic illnesses. Whether drizzled over salads, used in cooking, or applied to the skin, olio d'oliva is a must-have ingredient that can add depth and complexity to any recipe.

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