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Frozen Olive Oil

Jed Maxwell Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Just found a bottle of frozen olive oil in the car.. Will it be ok to use once it's thawed? I dont want olive oil poisoning. lol
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#2
It should be fine!
#3
Why would you think that it would not be OK ?

Unless you where going to use the Oil in a Fryer :-/
#4

Lmao. that was posted 3 years ago! No its not me.
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#6
WheresMeNuts
Why would you think that it would not be OK ?Unless you where going to use the Oil in a Fryer :-/

I dunno. It went a funny colour.. lol..
#7
Use it in salads,but not in Frying as the ice will make the oil pop like popcorn.
#8
Leave it in the kitchen and it will go clear again.
Use as normal.
#9
WheresMeNuts
Use it in salads,but not in Frying as the ice will make the oil pop like popcorn.

The OP said once thawed!
#10
Will have water in the oil due to ice.
#11
It will only be used for frying/roasting etc, we use extra virgin for salads...
#12
Jed Maxwell
It will only be used for frying/roasting etc, we use extra virgin for salads...
Using it in a frying pan will be fun.Wear a Helmet.
#13
WheresMeNuts
Will have water in the oil due to ice.
Using it in a frying pan will be fun.Wear a Helmet.


Perfectly safe.

There is no water in olive oil

Chilling or freezing olive oil does not harm it, and the oil will return to its normal consistency when it is warmed. The ideal temperature to store olive oil to reduce oxidation but to avoid clouding is around 50°F.

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#14
Correct, the oil can sometime change colour so there is nothing to worry about, once it has thawed, cook away. Even though I hate OO lol.

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