108 - Illustration 11

posted on Dec 16, 2010, 09 pm

My Comments:

psudonym, Dec 16, 2010, 05 pm

Have you been good this year?

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Your Comments:

ZivXanthus, Dec 16, 2010, 09 pm

Your comment sounds like a pick up line lol :D

Awesome page btw

Klonoa64, Dec 16, 2010, 09 pm

one burns faster

RazorD9, Dec 16, 2010, 10 pm

The times the olive has been pressed.

otaku_lady, Dec 16, 2010, 10 pm

Oh Wow. ^.^ So cute!

Jo (Guest), Dec 16, 2010, 10 pm

Three martinis and half a bottle of wine, baby. (bah-dun-dun)

Raine-chan, Dec 17, 2010, 01 am


I think acidity or something xD

Snager, Dec 17, 2010, 02 am

one has been more naughty this year than the other.

BM03 (Guest), Dec 17, 2010, 02 am

Regular's just olive juice. Virgin's machinery extracted stuff. Extra Virgin is top tier machinery extracted stuff. Virgins have no chemicals.

Quite honestly I didn't knew what the "extra" was all about and had to Google the stuff, but you really got me curious this time around so I got to it.

WallsTalkBack, Dec 17, 2010, 09 am

Extra Virgin Olive oil has been pressed without the help of heat, which takes longer and preserves more of it's natural flavors, and that is why it's more expensive.

sabs (Guest), Apr 02, 2011, 06 pm

Also extra virgin is pressed and bottled within like 24 hours of it being picked...I think its 24...

Shade (Guest), Nov 18, 2012, 05 pm

I've honestly never wondered about this. It's always been clear to me that normal olive oil has a single virgin in it, while extra has an extra one (two total).

Ishtar (Guest), Jun 30, 2014, 08 pm

As others have mentioned, extra virgin olive oil is taken from the first pressing, but there are other differences too.

Extra virgin olive oil has a lower smoke point then even regular olive oil, and a much more delicate, flowery, flavour. It also tends to have less viscosity, which is why extra virgin olive oil tends to be used in preperations that the oil isn't cooked, such as pesto or salad.

Flores (Guest), Dec 10, 2014, 08 am


Extra virgin is made with pealed olives (in adittion to everything else said)

Late comments (Guest), Dec 06, 2015, 01 am

Made by an Extra Virgin

While this comment is quite late, I hope to enlighten future readers of this comic of the truth behind the title "Extra avrigin" olive oil.
The only way to be extra virgin is to have been a virgin so long, your virginity transcends generations. Historically only one being/person has been recorded to have done that.
Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary, and was himself a virgin. 2 generations of Virgins, aka extra virgin.
Obviously this means that extra virgin olive oil was made by none other than Jesus himself, and preserved for thousands of years. This explains why it is more expensive that regular oil.

TLDR: Jesus made it.

Charlotte057, Sep 29, 2016, 07 pm

Extra Virgin still lives with its mum.

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