Olive Oil With An Oil And Vinegar Cruets
Olive oil is a healthy alternative to vegetable oil. Often used in many foods, olive oil has come a long way. It has been a staple in the Mediterranean diet for a long time and more and more Italian and Mediterranean style restaurants are catching on. After opening a manufacturer’s bottle, olive oil needs to be sealed and kept in a sealed container such as a glass cruet. It should not be kept in plastic or metalic container. A glass cruet is most preferred. Many restaurants use break resistant oil and vinegar cruets. Borosilicate glass is the highest grade handblown glass cruet available, which means that is doesn’t shatter easily. Many other cruets break after being filled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar because they are not made from laboratory glass. The grape cruet is very popular and won’t break during normal ordinary use. It is completely different than the similar cruets found on Amazon.com. This olive oil cruet is ideal to drizzle olive oil for your salads, breads, and pasta.
Olive Oil Bread Dipping In A Dipping Dish
Oil and vinegar cruets can also be used with another unique restaurant tableware. Elegant swirl design stoneware olive oil dipping dishes were also designed for bread dipping in olive oil. They were designed to be microwave and dishwasher safe. Aceto balsamico can also be added to the olive oil dip as well. By using cold pressed olive oil from the Mediterranean region you can have a very healthy appetizer that (according to some medical studies) can help prevent cancer. EVOO, (i.e. extra virgin olive oil) has become a unique gourmet trend that is accentuated in Italian bread dipping.