For centuries, olives have been a key ingredient when it comes to Provençal cuisine. These Green Picholine Olives are perhaps the most famous. Medium-green with a shiny skin, Picholine Olives are cultivated in the South of France, Provence and Languedo. Enjoy these Olives in a salad, on a charcuterie and cheese plate, or just eating them by themselves!
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