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I first discovered Sarah and Olive's oils in 2018 and have been working my way through the many different varieties since. Nothing compares to the insanely delicious grassy flavour and rich green colour of these oils, I just adore them. If you can bear to part with them they also make the perfect gift to bring over to friends houses and are savored a lot longer than a bottle of wine!!
Someone gave me a bottle of one of Sarah's olive oils last Christmas and I've been hooked ever since. They are all different and I have loved getting to know which ones work with which food.... I'm a keen home home and these oils have really make everything I cook taste better.
Addicted!!! I love salads and drizzling bread in oils and these are the best oils I've ever tasted. Highly recommended!
It might be sunny and bright here in Dublin but make no mistake the season is changing. We're in that funny in-between time when there are leaves everywhere and you leave home without another layer at your peril but on a good day you're reaching for the sunscreen in the afternoon. Foodwise it's the same - there are mushrooms and gourds at the market but...
The huge rise in vegan cooking and baking in the last couple of years has disproved this and these days vegan or not, most of us have tasted some pretty incredible butter-free treats.
How to substitute olive oil for butter
As a general rule you use 3/4 the amount of butter called for by the recipe. So, if your recipe asks for 100gr melted butter you will use 75gr olive oil. Simple.
In 2020 Sarah & Olive starting working with Finca la Torre a brand synonomous with excellence in olive oil. The response has been amazing and I reckon I have shipped this extraordinary oil to almost every county in Ireland. One of the best olive oils in the world? Before working together, I got in touch with Finca la Torre to ask if they'd be open...
If you love Middle Eastern food you've probably fallen for labneh, a soft cheese made from strained yogurt. It's essentially a cream cheese but much healthier because during the process the yogurt gets slightly fermented so it's great for gut health. In our house it's pretty much a staple and we have it on toast at breakfast, the kids have it on sambos for lunch...