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Comments about DHC Núñez de Prado EVOO Early Harvest:
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I love this product and order it often!!
from Scotts Ferry
This olive oil has some of the best flavor I have ever tasted.
Essential for the true cook's kitchen!
from Santa Clarita
As olive oil officianadoes, my husband and I have traveled the world for a rich, full-bodied olive oil that is great on its own with salad or used in cooking (from baking to roasts) doesn't add an olivey taste or change in the cooking process. On a whim when buying cosmetics, I got a bottle to try and now this is going to be our olive oil of choice!
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Well worth the cost
I have never been a big fan of olive oil. In fact, I found the taste to be overpowering and the smell unpleasant. BUT, on a whim I tried this early harvest olive oil and I was won over.I don't waste it for cooking, but use it solely to dress salad or in recipes where the flavor can shine through.I once read that the main reason people don't care for olive oil was that they had never tasted **good** olive oil. This stuff proved that to me for once and for all.The only negative: I don't want any other olive oil, ever.
A BOTTLE IN EVERY KITCHEN
from New Jersey
I wouldn't know what to do without a bottle of both of the Nunez De Prado Olive Oils in my kitchen! Depends on what I'm making as to which I use; definitely a personal choice. The early harvest is our favorite go-to oil when we want a little extra flavor. It's a bit nutty tasting to us. I always toss my pasta in a few tablespoons of this one and I use this one for roasting garlic bulbs, things like that. If I'm basting fish, or something with a more delicate flavor, or mixing up a vinagrette, things where the taste of the oil isn't a factor really, then I use the "regular". Actually, that's how we got hooked on these oils to begin with. Didn't know which we'd like better, so I got a bottle of each and found that both oils have their places in my cooking. Give them both a try, particularly if you're new(ish) to choosing olive oil! Love both so much...I hope DHC never stops carrying it!
Die die must try
from Duluth, Minnesota
Delicious, strong, flavorful olive oil. If you are used to super-market olive oil, you'll find it very assertive, in a good way. It's not cheap, so I save it for dishes where I want it to stand out -- salad, gazpacho, drizzling over soft cheese, dipping bread, with a little garlic on pasta.
Delicious verdant olive oil
from washington dc
a great verdant olive oil that adds a freshness to your salad dressings and garnishes. Love Nunez de prado oils!
Love it so much I'm buying it for gifts.
The best tasting olive oil I have ever used. So good I am buying it for gifts for all my sisters and foodie friends.
This is the best tasting olive oil ever. Because it is so pricey, I don't use it to cook with. I use it by itself as a salad dressing, and with it's unique flavor, it adds to the taste of the vegetables, and even the meat, eggs or cheese when I throw it a bit of protein.
A favorite olive oil. Seems expensive if you're used to supermarket brands, but the flavor is well worth it. Save it for salads and dipping.