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Olive Oil Preserved Summer Vegetables

Having a few olive oil preserves in the fridge is a game-changer for summer dining. They can be eaten on toast, tossed through pasta, used as a condiment for barbecued foods or eaten straight from the jar while you top up your Negroni.

Store the preserves in the refrigerator and remove 30 minutes before serving to bring to room temperature. The preserves will last for up to four weeks in the fridge – just make sure you keep them topped up with olive oil.

Each recipe makes roughly one small jar of preserves. Feel free to scale up depending on how much produce you have.

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