Replace sugary salad toppings such as dried cranberries with olives, which are high in monounsaturated fat that may help promote satiety.
Top sandwiches with black or green olive tapenade to add flavor and healthy fat.
Toss olives into salads made with grains, such as quinoa, bulgur, rice or couscous to add rich flavor, a pop of color and healthy fats.
Add olives into any pasta, fish, chicken or meat dish. It will add the sabor factor!
Dry the olives in the oven at low temperature and eat them as a snack-chip. Once dried, chop them into croutons for salads or pastas. They don’t spoil and last for quite some time!
Make puree cream with the olives or add them to a mayonnaise or to spread on canapés or sandwiches. Easy-peasy!
PUT OLIVES AT YOUR TABLE. HAVE A HEALTHY DAY!
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