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cloudy giardiniera

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#1 rgiuliano137

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Posted 22 May 2020 - 06:24 PM

has anyone experienced cloudy giardiniera when it is made with Olive Oil? we have no issue when using vinegar but sometimes we see the olive oil giardiniera get cloudy? any thoughts?



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Posted 22 May 2020 - 06:36 PM

Two reasons come to mind --

 

1. If stored at any point at 50 degrees or lower it can become cloudy.

2. If unfiltered it could be cloudy from the onset.

 

The #3 to me would be the temperature of the veg being added in combined with the temperature of the oil.

 

By the way the Muffaletta was excellent and my Linda said it should be called Muffaletta Madness.... and she added that olive oil would be a great sub for soybean.  We've been adding it to pizzas and sandwiches!


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Posted 22 May 2020 - 06:46 PM

Glenn thank you.

 

Your Linda is correct on the Madness, please let me know anytime you want more or any of the other items we produce.






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