The history of olive oil was definitely very interesting. I think the argument on the naturalness of olive oil stood out the most to me. Olives are inedible in their pure form, so some sort of measures are already taken to make olives edible. Does that make them unnatural? Not necessarily, but it does make for an interesting point in the debate of how natural the fat is in olive oil. No doubt it’s better for one than most fats, but it is interesting to see both sides of the idea. I’ve also always been confused as to what extra-virgin meant when it came to olive oil, so to see that explained quite well was nice. Now I know what extra-virgin means.