Real extra virgin olive oil is notoriously difficult to get in North America, but not for the reasons one would normally expect:
Almost every single extra virgin olive oil blog online will tell you to store your olive oil in a dark bottle, preferably somewhere cool with very little light. A pantry or basement will do.
Look, I definitely don’t disagree. I still store most of my olive oil in the pantry (it helps when you’ve got a year’s supply), but the truth is that if you are in possession of a few bottles of ultra premium extra virgin olive oil, this is simply not necessary.
I began my studies at the height of the Great Recession in 2008. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Economics in 2012. Disillusioned with the mainstream New Keynesian macroeconomics they taught us there (it just didn’t quite smell right), I turned to agent-based modeling and Complexity science in my spare time.