Tesco Extra Virgin Olive oil Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Oil / Vinegar
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Olive Oil
Newest Review: ... use the extra-virgin specialty in rare doses due to the concentration of it. Differences between Tesco Extra-Virgin Olive ... more
by - written on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 183 readings)
Extend your life-span with this Oil! There are certainly some intriguing claims flying about in some parts of the globe that Olive Oil (particularly) of the Extra Virgin variety, can increase life expectancy when it was discovered in Israel that a woman aged 120 drank a glass everyday to disprove the myth that we are merely mortal! - Well, maybe this is partly true and it is well known that the diets of Italians, who produce and distribute this age-defying lotion generously, do live to quite a substantial age themselves. So then, the health benefits of Olive Oil itself, are tremendous and almost priceless if you can buy them at affordable retail ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 222 readings)
Those who read my reviews regularly know that I cook almost every day from scratch. I keep loads of ingredients at home and one of them is Tesco Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I always take care to choose the extra virgin version of it. Later I will explain the difference between them. So Tesco's extra virgin olive oil comes in a bottle with purple label on it. It is available only in Tesco and www.tesco.com in the following sizes: 1 litre for 3.98 pounds, 750 ml for 2.90 pounds, 500 ml for 1.99 pounds and 250 ml for 1.09 pounds. So you can see that the 750 ml bottle is the cheapest (3.87 pounds per litre). The 'Tesco extra virgin olive oil' is written with huge ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
After switching to Olive oil last year to be a little healthier, I cant believe the difference between this and normal cooking oils. However, extra virgin olive oil can be expensive, so in our household we opt for this Tesco own make. The oil comes either in a glass jar, or now you can get it in a plastic bottle which is slightly cheaper. We tend to buy the oil in the plastic bottle as it is cheaper, although its worth bearing in mind this can go cloudy after a while, as the old can get into the plastic bottle easier. This however is easily overcome by giving it a good shake before use. The oil itself is nice and golden, and is very versatile for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I needed some extra virgin olive oil for a recipe and ended up buying this Tesco one because it was the cheapest by quite a lot. I only needed 4 tablespoons so brought the smallest size bottle which cost about £1.20 and that's good for this type of oil. There are bigger sizes available too. I've used it for a few different things now including adding it to muffin mixture, using it to fry in, drizzling over salads and basting roast potatoes and parsnips. As far as oil goes it tastes very nice. I'm not mad keen on using oil because I don't like the greasy taste or feel of food after adding it but this one is deffo not as greasy as vegetable or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09, updated on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Dear Community, coming over from Germany to rainy Manchester I had to find out where I can buy some good food and the first adress for me to have a look at was Tesco. I would like to say something about the Tesco olive oil which I bought yesterday: *** Tesco Extra Virgin Olive oil **** *** Nutrition *** nutrient per 100g Energy kCal 900 kCal Energy kJ 3,700 kJ Protein Trace Carbohydrate 0.0 g of which sugars 0.0 g Fat 100.0 g of which saturates 14.3 g Fibre 0.0 g Sodium 0.0 g *** My opinion about this oil ... Read the complete review
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