How to Use Diced Olives to Increase Your Net Worth
Olives combine salty briny flavor with capers and red pepper perfectly, while parsley and garlic bring bright vegetal notes that blend in seamlessly with the dish while lemon juice adds acidity.
Olives are chock-full of healthy fats and polyphenol antioxidants, providing you with plenty of good fats to fuel your body while satisfying food cravings and helping you to feel full for longer. Plus, their low calorie count makes for an easy snacking option!
Olives can be used in tapenades as pizza toppings or Mediterranean stew ingredients, often featuring herbs like aniseed, coriander, garlic, juniper berry, rosemary and thyme as seasonings or fruit like lemon, orange or pomegranate as flavors.
Before eating olives of any kind – pre-pitted or not – it is always advisable to remove their hard pits for safety reasons and in case your child experiences difficulty swallowing. Choking hazards pose serious danger.
To quickly remove olive pits, smash each pit against the flat side of a meat pounder or similar hard surface that can absorb your force. While this method might not produce perfectly pristine olives, it’s much faster than picking each apart by hand.
Net worth, an increasingly popular measure among financial professionals, measures the value of assets minus debt for an individual, household, business or even public entity such as cities or countries.
Income can be used as one measure of wealth, but it doesn’t paint a complete picture. Even someone earning a high salary could still have less wealth than someone with lower earnings due to overspending or being bogged down in debt.
Olives are key elements of tapenade, an elegant Mediterranean spread made with various olive varieties blended together with garlic, anchovies and herbs for flavor and texture. It can range from chunky and coarse to smooth and silky – an excellent accompaniment to Buttermilk Crackers or simply roasted meats such as Pork Tenderloin!