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Prot. Nr. 12638
PDO Olives - Terra di Bari
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" ... their olive oil is so pure and yummy and taste so good raw just with bread or even on fresh salad! I absolutely love to cook and the oil does give a good flavour ... " Angeline 22/03/2009

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Instruction Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tin

Follow these simple steps to easily and safely pour out the extra virgin olive oil from the 5 litres aluminium tin into your favourite cruet without spilling the oil
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Step 1

Step 1 - Pull out the ring seal
Pull out first the ring which seals the tin.
The seal guarantee the integrity of the tin.
Once the ring is fully stretched, keep pulling so to extend the neck of the cap.

Step 2

Step 2 - Screw out the cap
Unscrew the cap by turning it left (Anticlockwise).
This will allow the air to enter the tin.

Step 3

Step 3 - Make a hole
Using a pointed tool (like a Phillips screwdriver or a knife, make a hole on the tin in the opposite corner of the plastic cap.
Make sure that the pointed tool is clean before making the hole and sterilise it on a flame for few second.
The hole made to the tin will allow the air getting into the tin so to avoid bubbling.

Step 4

Step 4 - pour the extra virgin olive oil
Use either the hole made to the tin or the extended cap to pour the extra virgin olive oil into your cruet.
A small funnel could be also used to easily transfer the olive oil.
Once the cruet has been refilled screw back the cap and a bit of plastic tape could be placed on the hole to seal it back till the next refill.

Step 5

Step 5 - use same tips for 0.5 and 1 litre tins
The same tips can be used for the 0.5 and 1 litre tin and directly pour it on the salads, bread, fish and meat and in soups.


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