Olives are a unique fruit that has played an important role not only in nutrition but also in religion and art. From ancient times to the present day, they are known throughout the world as a symbol of peace, wisdom and victory.
A wide variety of olives can be found on the market, which are marinated or prepared in different ways to satisfy even the most capricious taste.
A real delicacy are Spanish green olives stuffed with almonds or olives stuffed with anchovies, which are used to flavor chicken risotto, fish and paella.
The traditional ones are black olives, which have a rich taste and go well with chilled white wine, different types of cheese and more.
The good news for food lovers is that olives are not only extremely healthy, but also not very high in calories. 100 g of pickled green olives contain only 125 calories.
In the same amount, but black olives, however, the calories are 360. However, if you bet on the fresh black olives, you will intake only 160 kcal for every 100 g of olives you eat.