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MARMARABIRLIK Scratched Green Olives 400g

It is made from green olives that are beginning to ripen and not darkened. When the olives ripen and grow large, it is time to make olive with boots. Boots made of large green olives will last a little longer than broken olives. It is slightly sour, depending on how it is pickled.
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