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Kasandrinos Organic Olive Oil - Add This to Your Pantry [Review + Giveaway]



I love olive oil. I think it's one of those things that aren't in my diet enough. I put it on everything too! Beans and rice meals, variety of rice dishes, pasta, you name it. 

So I had the chance to try some by Kasandrinos. It comes from South Eastern Greece and their olive oil is Certified Organic. What I like about them is their olive oil is fresh. They only sell from the current year's harvest. And I also appreciate that they describe their process in vivid details on their site. Plus, it's a small family business! Made by brother and sister team, Tony and Effi Kasandrinos. Read more about their story as well. 

The flavor of this olive oil is excellent. It tasted wonderful and I really appreciate that the bottle was dark (this helps protect the olive oil! The bottle is supposed to be dark to help protect it from the light!). The grocery store olive oil just doesn't compare to this, I can tell you that's for sure. 

The 500ML is about $25 and you can get a pack of four bottles for about $75. While this may be a bit more expensive than what you pay in the grocery store, this is far better quality than what you usually get. Purchase some today! 

Make sure you visit their website and purchase some olive oil today! They also make SOAP you guys! SOAP! I think that's amazing. I think you should definitely check this out. Also they offer up spices and some other edible items here. And of course, olive oil.

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I'm so happy to announce I get to giveaway one bottle of olive oil to one lucky reader! Enter via Rafflecopter below. US Only. Ends 11/18.

Use coupon code FANCYTHAT15 for 15% off your order.
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I received the above mentioned items in exchange for my honest review.

Comments

  1. The primal kitchen mayo catches my eye, it looks good!

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  2. I interested in the oil and the Ultra Premium Balsamic Vinegar.

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  3. The Fig Balsamic Vinegar definitely catches my eye.

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  4. I want to try the Primal Kitchen Mayo.

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  5. Wow wonderful soaps, too! I'd love to try the Organic Olive Oil Soap - Lavender!

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  6. The Ultra Premium Balsamic Vinegar looks delicious!

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  7. After visiting the Kasandrinos site I think the Olivecado product looks very interesting. The marriage of Organic Extra Virgin Avocado oil and Kasandrinos Organic Extra Virgin Olive oil caught my eye.

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  8. I'm a big mayo fan, so I'd love to try the Primal Kitchen Mayo made with Avocado oil.

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  9. I'd love to try the Organic Olive Oil Soap - Oatmeal Mint.
    Thank you!

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  10. I would love to try the Fig Balsamic Vinegar
    Thank You

    Fiona N

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  11. The Fig Balsamic Vinegar does catch my eye and also the Primal Kitchen Mayo.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  12. I would like to try their Fig Balsamic Vinegar.

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  13. Oh! Yes! Garlic Herb Seasoning did catch my eye. Thanks for the review and introduction to these awesome products...gotta try some of them.

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  14. I'd love to try the Primal Kitchen Mayo.

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  15. The primal-kitchen-mayo sounds really good love to try it.

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  16. Fig Balsamic Vinegar is something that I'd love to try.

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  17. The Fig Balsamic Vinegar looks good to me.

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  18. The Kasandrinos Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 500 Ml Bottle (4 Pack) BUY 3 GET ONE FREE looks like a real good deal.

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  19. there is so many it is hard to choose

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  20. I'd love to try the Organic Olive Oil Soap - Blood Orange.

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  21. The Fig Balsamic Vinegar is the one that caught my eye

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  22. I'd love to taste the Fig Balsamic Vinegar
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  23. Garlic Herb Seasoning

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  24. I like the Organic Olive Oil Soap - Oatmeal Mint.

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  25. The Primal Kitchen Mayo caught my eye! Would love to try it!

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  26. I'd like to try the Organic Olive Oil Soap in the Blood Orange.

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  27. The Olivecado by Kasandrinos definitely catches my eye. I would love to try it.

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  28. A product that catches my eye is the Fig Balsamic Vinegar

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  29. Lavender organic olive oil soap catches my eye!:)

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  30. The Primal Kitchen Mayo looks good.

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  31. I really like the Mediterranean Dry Rub.

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