Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by axus_auto, Feb 6, 2012.
My olive oil says extra virgin ... what does this mean? any deeper meaning to this.
Oh no! another pre pubescent child who sniggers at the word "Virgin"
Everyone want's to be at the top of google but no one uses it.
seriously how do you not just google these things people....
that's like a cook asking us a recepie when they have a cookbook....a chemist when they have their formulas right by them....
Means be gentle... you're her first.
A better alternative to hand lotion?
Just splatting my two cents.
Means your Olive Oil Never Had Any Kind Of Sex
Thanks, that is very reassuring to know.
If this is a serious question I'm going to neg rep you.
it's means virgin fresh never been use lucky to find some virgins now days
I didn't even know Olive Oil was still a virgin. I was sure Popeye or Bluto would of broken the skinny bitch by now.
it means you're extra virgin at using Google to find out stuff
"verge" means that is oil press for the first time. They press the olives the first time and get the oil they get.
Then the oil could be press more times and gets more oil,but it's of worst quality.
actually i read a very interesting article about the connection between olive oil and Italian organized crime not too long ago, how the agromafia controls the whole chain and dictates the prices, it wasn't the following article, it was more detailed and on my native language, but here ya go:
the extra virgin olive oil are not so virgin most of the times, a good portion is counterfeited and mixed with cheaper oils
that much extra virgin oil physically impossible to exist what is on the market in any given moment
Don't listen to them! They are all wrong. It means that your oil hasn't yet been used as lube, so it is safe for you to do so.
As family, we produce a small quantity of olive oil for our consumption. I can tell you from the difference in taste, that as HoNeYBiRD said, what gets in the store is usually "not so virgin most of the times" (at least in my experience). Still better than other oil though.
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