5 Common Types of Olives
If your expertise stops at green versus black, or you find yourself playing eeny, meeny, miney, mo at the grocery-store olive bar, it’s time to get the scoop on different varieties. Here are a few of Real Simple’s favorites.
These purplish brown French beauties are pinkie size, with a slightly sour flavor—great for tapenade or dressing up raw vegetables.
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