Olivenöl Bio Demeter SALAMITA

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Olivenöl extra nativ von Sizilien 

Das kaltgepresste Bio Demeter Olivenöl der höchsten Qualitätsstufe "extra nativ" stammt zu 100% aus italienischen Oliven. Es wird schonend durch mechanische Pressung hergestellt und erfüllt die höchsten Anforderungen bezüglich Geschmack und Zusammensetzung.

Die sizilianischen Oliven verdanken ihren herben und intensiven Geschmack den fruchtbaren Böden und profitieren im Reifungsprozess vom mediterranen Klima und dem wärmespeichernden Lavagestein.

Verwendung

Dieses Olivenöl passt perfekt für würzige Salatsaucen und Dips, aber natürlich auch zum Verfeinern von Vorspeisen und Hauptgängen wie Kartoffelstock, Suppen oder Gemüse.

Herkunft

Sizilien (Italien)

Nährwerte Olivenöl SALAMITA pro 100g

Energiewert 3758 kj (899 kcal)
Fett 72g
- davon gesättigte Fettsäuren 16.5g
Kohlenhydrate 0g
- davon Zucker 0g
Eiweiss 0g
Salz 0g

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