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  • How to make cookies with extra virgin olive oil

    Cookies with extra virgin olive oil | iloveaceite

    Preparation time: 25 min.
    Difficulty: Easy
    Serves: 4


    45 gr  extra virgin olive oil 'iloveaceite red label' (only available in the US)
    100 gr flour
    25 gr sugar
    15 gr of oat flakes
    15 gr chopped toasted hazelnuts
    1 gr bicarbonate
    1 gr  curry
    25 gr of chocolate chips
    25 gr jam
    1 gr  salt


    Mix all ingredients in a large bowl and knead until homogenize the mixture. Form portions of about 25 g or desired size.

    Put the cookies on a cookie sheet and bake at 170 ° C for 15 min. Remove cookies and let cool on a rack.

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    Our iloveaceite red label is an intensely fruity extra virgin olive oil, without any flaw, with a pleasant smell of fresh-scented grass and a taste of fresh fruit. Among its best qualities stands out its resistance to rancidity, due to the significant amount of vitamin E that it has. Naturally gluten free and non-allergenic.

  • How to make the best Spanish gazpacho



    1 kg ripe tomatoes
    1 cucumber (150 g)
    1 green pepper (80 gr)
    A quarter of an onion (50 gr)
    1 clove of garlic
    200 ml extra virgin olive oil iloveaceite white label
    20 ml sherry vinegar (2 tablespoons).
    10 gr salt
    A pinch of cumin (optional)
    200 ml water (one glass)

    Processing Time: 15 minutes



    Wash the vegetables well.

    Tomatoes: remove the stem first. Remove the tough core at each end by going in at an angle. With the knife inserted about three-fourths of an inch from the stem, turn the tomato until you've got yourself a cone you can pop right out. Cut the tomatoes into large chunks Tomatoes are sensitive fruit. Be gentle!

    Peel the cucumber and cut into large pieces. Remove the seeds and white membranes from inside the green pepper, and chop into large pieces. Peel the onion and cut a quarter of it.

    Put all vegetables (tomatoes, cucumber, green pepper, onion and garlic),  in a large bowl and mix with the extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, water, salt and cumin. Blend with the mixer until totally smooth.

    Strain the mixture through a fine sieve into a large bowl. Chill the gazpacho in the fridge for several hours until cold. Serve in large bowls, garnished with finely diced cucumber, green pepper and/or bread.

    Photos: Gastromedia

  • How to make the healthiest breakfast

    How to make the healthiest breakfast in the morning, always with extra virgin olive oil


  • Kome Koji Wok chicken with vegetables and extra virgin olive oil

    Kome Koji Wok chicken with vegetables and extra virgin olive oil Kome Koji Wok chicken with vegetables and extra virgin olive oil

    Kome Koji Wok chicken with vegetables (recipe)

    Preparation time: 10 min. + maceration / Difficulty: Easy / Serves: 4


    Extra virgin olive oil
    600 g of drumsticks boneless chicken
    4 tablespoons Kome Koji
    1 small zucchini
    1 small eggplant
    1 red bell pepper
    2 tablespoons soy sauce
    1 teaspoon minced ginger


    Chop the chicken and marinate with Kome Koji (24 hours in the refrigerator).
    Wash and chop the vegetables. Heat a wok over high temperature, brown the drained chicken with about 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, continually saute, remove off the heat, add ginger, another tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil and vegetables; continually jumping. When the vegetables get browned, add chicken and continue to cook for 5minutes, skipping again. Add soy, stir fry and serve immediately.

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  • Extra virgin olive oil and nuts linked to weight loss

    Extra virgin olive oil and nuts linked to weight loss Extra virgin olive oil and nuts linked to weight loss | iloveaceite

    Extra "good fats" from nuts and olive oil in a Mediterranean diet may help older adults lose weight, or at least avoid gaining it, a Spanish study suggests.

    "Our hypothesis is that not all fats are the same; we have to differentiate fats from vegetables and fats from animal sources," said lead study author Dr. Ramon Estruch of the University of Barcelona.

    "Vegetable fat such as extra virgin olive oil and nuts help to reduce body weight when these foods are consumed in a healthy diet such as a Mediterranean diet," Estruch added by email.

    A Mediterranean diet typically includes lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and extra virgin olive oil. This diet also tends to favor lean sources of protein like chicken or fish over red meat, which contains more saturated fat.

    While some previous research has linked a Mediterranean diet to weight loss and a reduced risk of heart disease and some cancers, scientists haven't conclusively proven that the diet itself is responsible, rather than other lifestyle choices made by people who eat this way.

    Why ILOVEACEITE US is a different company?

    - As Spanish producers we provide extra virgin olive (PDO – without PDO) and virgin olive oil, even organic extra virgin olive oil. We work with a wide range of sizes, differents materials packaged with our brands or private labels. 100% original extra virgin olive oil 'made in Spain'.

    - With our many years of international experience, we can supply our extra virgin olive oil where and how our costumers want to. Efficiency, solvency, guarantee and quality products have allowed us to export to more than 20 countries such China, Ghana, Honduras, Paraguay, Ukraine, Dominican Republic, Peru, India, Poland, Belgium, Japan, South Africa, France, Germany, Austria, Ireland among others.

    - As producers, traders, exporters and American importers we control the entire process of our products from the olive tree to our costumer table. 100% origin and quality.

    ILOVEACEITE US currently offers a ‘door to door’ extra virgin olive oil delivery service in the US market to save on costs.

    Source: Fox News

  • Does extra virgin olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer?

    Does extra virgin olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer? | iloveaceite Does extra virgin olive oil reduce the risk of breast cancer? | iloveaceite

    KC: Research regarding olive oil’s beneficial relationship to heart health is strong, but is still limited regarding cancer risk. You may have heard about the Spain-based PREDIMED study, where women who got the greatest proportion of their calories from extra virgin olive oil had a lower risk of breast cancer than those with the least. In this and other studies showing possible lower risk though, there are many caveats, including that some studies were very small or did not adjust for important risks like alcohol. AICR’s comprehensive continuous update project (CUP) on breast cancer prevention so far has not identified olive oil as protective.

    Extra virgin olive oil contains high levels of tocopherols (compounds related to Vitamin E that may offer protective effects) and natural plant compounds called polyphenols. In laboratory studies, these compounds are studied for their potential to reduce DNA damage, decrease cancer cell growth, and increase the self-destruction of cancer cells.

    In studies where olive oil is associated with reduced breast cancer in humans, it reflects a greater proportion of calories coming from olive oil. That’s important, since simply adding calories could lead to weight gain, and overweight increases risk of postmenopausal breast cancer (and ten other cancers). One more key point: when greater olive oil consumption links with lower cancer risk, it may be because it tends to go hand in hand with overall healthy eating that includes more vegetables and other healthful plant foods. Olive oil is a great choice, but research provides much stronger support for the importance of an overall eating pattern with mostly plant foods and healthy weight than your choice of oil.

    What is the difference between pure olive oil, light olive oil, virgin olive oil and extra virgin olive oil?

    KC: In the United States we categorize olive oils into extra virgin (sometimes referred to as EVOO), virgin, light and classic (pure) olive oil. All these oils are made by extracting the juice of olives. All olive oils, like any other fat, contain about 120 calories per tablespoon. Extra virgin olive oil is the first product of the extraction process, and thus has the strongest flavor and aroma of the three types. Virgin olive oil is also from the first pressing but is of slightly lower quality. Light olive oil refers to the absence of flavor, which makes it appropriate for dishes that would otherwise clash with the stronger flavored oils. Classic or pure olive oil typically results from a mixture of virgin olive oil and refined oil. Nutritionally, the fat in all three types of olive oil is mainly monounsaturated fat (MUFA). When MUFA is substituted for saturated fat, it lowers LDL (“bad”) cholesterol without reducing HDL (“good”) cholesterol. Studies linking greater use of olive oil with lower risk of heart disease generally don’t look at specific types of olive oil. However, both heart health and other possible health benefits may also relate to anti-inflammatory, antioxidant benefits of several natural compounds in olive oil. Extra virgin oil offers the most potential health benefits because it is the least processed and retains more of these compounds, including squalene, polyphenols and tocopherols (related to vitamin E).

    Karen Collins, MS, RDN, CDN, FAND / American Institute for Cancer Research

    Source: American Institute For Cancer Research

    Read: US olive oils Grades and standards

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