Ep. 13: The Olive Oil Truth with Tony Kasandrinos

By: Cassy Joy
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We're back with our 13th episode of the Fed+Fit Podcast is all about the olive oil truth! Remember to check back every Monday for a new episode and be sure to subscribe on iTunes!

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Episode 13 Topics:

  • Sister's Trip Recap
  • No Cook Paleo has a website!
  • Introducing Tony & Kasandrinos Olive Oil
  • Little known facts about the olive oil industry.
  • 3 tips to buying healthful, REAL olive oil.
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  1. Erika Chilton says:

    I had no idea that Italy bought olives all over the world & passed it off as their own.

    1. Kelly says:

      Crazy right! I used to see that on bottles and wonder what it meant. Now I know! Thanks for listening Erika!

  2. Jen H says:

    I found it interesting how many olive oils are not pure, fresh olive oils. I’m happy to know that Kasandrinos only uses the current olive harvest.

    1. Kelly says:

      I agree, it is a very interesting point Jen! You would think that olive oil would be exactly what it says. Glad we have a producer we can trust.

  3. Jami Poore says:

    First of all, I love your podcast and enjoy listening to it on my commute from downtown Atlanta to the ‘burbs. I had no idea olive oil would go bad over time; I will think twice about buying the huge bottles now and am going to Trader Joe’s at lunch – interested to see if any of their’s have harvest dates! Dying to try out Kasandrinos after listening yesterday, think I’ll place an order soon!

    1. Kelly says:

      Glad the podcast makes your commute a little better Jami! Let us know if you found out anything about the ones from TJ’s. I know I have bought some from their before. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed with Kasandrinos!

  4. I never knew how “sketchy” the olive oil business can be. I really enjoyed the tips he provided on how to pick the best EVOO (taking all my olive olives from the back of the row from now on!). I’m REALLY looking forward to trying out Kasandrinos!

    I LOVE your girls’ podcast, very refreshing! Keep it up ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Kelly says:

      Thank you for listening Anderson! Who would of thought the olive oil business was so sneaky. Hope you try out Kasandrinos!

  5. Pam says:

    I went straight into the cabinet to see what the harvest date on my olive oil. 2014, not too bad – whoot whoot (ok just took it back to 1993).

    You ladies are fabulous!

    1. Kelly says:

      Haha Pam! Thanks for the love. And I still say whoot whoot ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Hollie says:

    I was surprised that he discarded the study about the fake oils but now I know what to look for when buying olive oils!

    1. Kelly says:

      So many great tips that Tony provided that I had no idea about before. Thank you for listening Hollie!

  7. Kiki says:

    I wonder if I am one of those people who Tony said has never had real olive oil! Thanks for the education…..

    1. Kelly says:

      Thanks for listening Kiki! Now you know what you can look for at the store to try the good stuff ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Birdiebee says:

    I found it very interesting how Tony talked about that you always want to know your source/who the producer is (olive oil, etc.) as well as to know the harvest date (when the olives were harvested) as freshness is very important with an olive oil. Anything under 24 months old from harvest date is still fresh. It is also important that olive oil only comes from one PGI (specific region). Also, if the oil comes in a clear glass bottle do not purchase as the oil gets bad quickly. Always choose the bottle in the back of the shelf that has been out of the light. This was very interesting Podcast where I learned a lot.

    1. Kelly says:

      Glad it was so helpful for you! Thank you for listening!

  9. Rachel H. says:

    I really enjoyed learning how to pick high quality oils! It makes so much sense but I had *no* idea about looking for a harvest date. Definitely going to be replacing my oil now!

    1. Kelly says:

      I had no idea either Rachel! Thank you for listening!

  10. Chloe D. says:

    Thanks for interviewing such an interesting guy! So good to hear about businesses with honesty and integrity. I really can’t wait to try “real” olive oil!

    1. Kelly says:

      Thank you for listening Chloe! Supporting people you can trust is the way to go. Hope you can get your hands on some good olive oil soon!