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Reply to "Ever make your own OLIVE OIL ? If so, please help here!"

If the point is to teach kids, rather than produce usable oil, why not just show them some videos, give them raw materials with random tools, and encourage them to experiment on olives? They won't get oil, but I guarantee it will be memorable how hard it was to get oil out of olives, which could be a useful segue. There can be some dipping of bread (remembering Last Supper) into olive oil (Mount of Olives).

** I know you well enough, Neil, to guess that this is not acceptable and that the quest for a workable olive press will continue. However, for any mere mortals who read this, it might be a more workable path.

Peace,
Lisa

 


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