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Flavored Fused Olive Oil vs. In Fused

February 2016, Sea of Galilee

It was 10 years ago, in France, where I was first exposed to flavored olive oil. It had a nice scent and the taste was nice also. I started to dig in trying to get a better understanding of how is it done and to my surprise, why is it done.


I then revealed a very astonishing discovery…It were the Italians who started this trend by throwing into the olive press lemons, at the end of the season, to clean the machines! This practice was followed later by mixing it with olive oil and selling it as “l...

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Never Again

January 2015, Sea of Galilee

70 years ago the US army and the Red army released the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz. 1,000,000 Jews, our families, were slaughtered there. 

 

ISIS and the chaos in the Muslim world today, which is spilling into the western world's streets, are 'kids games' compared to the 1940 – 1945 dark days. 60 Million People lost their lives in that terrible war.

In our "never again" life philosophy we keep one hand on the plow creating growth and one hand on the weapon defending ourselves.

 

However, it is not I...
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Its personal not business 2

January 2015, Sea of Galilee

So here we are, setting up a production line of our new, “EcoOlea Green Cleaning”, a fully natural house cleaning line.

Writing our patent, fermenting the impossible to ferment - olive water - we thought we were about to present to the world olive vinegar for salads! We can still do so, but we ended up shifting our focus before we even got to it.


Quick fact: Olive residue consists of a lot of water that’s loaded with anti-oxidants - too much and too concentrated. It has approximately fifty times ...

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It is personal not business

July 2013, Sea of Galilee

I am first of all a farmer starting most of my mornings very early among our olive trees.  I briefly look at the trees and the olives growing on them evaluating water deficiencies, searching for signs of disease be it fungi or scale looking down at the drip system looking for damage caused by wild life the night before when searching for water which needs to be fixed.


It was one of these mornings when I was called by the head of our lab Dr. G. Pipco to come fast and see something interesting.    ...

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