Blog Archive

Celebrate Easter and Passover with an Olive Oil Filled Feast

Finally, springtime is here! While Easter and Passover are different, and those who celebrate both have incredibly diverse traditions.

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Olive Oil Cultivars: A Primer

Just as there are many varieties of apples and tomatoes and wine grapes, there are different kinds of olive trees.

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How GAEA Is Made

The art of turning olives into oil has been perfected in Greece over thousands of years.

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New Year’s Resolution

New year’s resolutions can be tricky. They’re full of noble intentions, but by the time February rolls around they are often ancient history.

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Why & How Gaea Olive Oil Should Be a Big Part of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is an epic holiday for home cooks and professional chefs—it’s time to pull out all of the stops for a delicious feast.

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What Makes Olive Oil Wonderful (or Not!)

In the last blog post, you read about how to taste olive oil.

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How to Taste Extra-Virgin Olive Oil: A Primer

The best way to learn about olive oil is—gasp!—to taste, and then taste some more.

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A Story of Preserving Tradition with Innovation

At Gaea, all of our products are made with highest quality olives from specific groves in Greece, 100% traceable from the source.

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Why Harvesting Olives by Hand Matters

Olive trees are some of the oldest trees ever harvested by humans, a practice that dates back more than 8,000 years.

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End of Summer Salads

3 Salads to Make with Gaea Olive Oil and Devour Before the Summer Ends

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