O Farro Salad

Farro is grown in the U.S. as a specialty grain but is quickly becoming widely cultivated. When cooked to perfection, it is versatile and delightfully chewy. This organic whole grain is our new favorite staple in any hearty salad. When paired with the juicy goodness of tomatoes, O Farro Salad is the ideal side dish for any meal.

O Farro Salad was a vegetarian favorite at the 18th Annual Kendall-Jackson Heirloom Tomato Festival. Farro’s health benefits surpass wheat in protein, minerals, and antioxidants!


6 cups cooked farro
2 cups diced heirloom tomatoes
1/4 cup chopped Italian parsley
1 cup O Meyer Lemon Olive Oil 
1/2 cup O Citrus Champagne Vinegar
Salt and Pepper to taste

Place 3 cups of dry farro in a pot and add 6 cups of water. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium-low and simmer 30 minutes. Drain off any excess water, and add diced heirloom tomatoes.
To make the vinaigrette, whisk together O Meyer Lemon Olive Oil and O Citrus Champagne Vinegar, salt and pepper for taste.
Combine all ingredients. Serve. Enjoy. It’s that simple.


Welcome to O Blog

Welcome to the O Blog!

With the release of our new website we have created a blog to inspire and share updates and information with our customers. This blog will be the hub where you can find the latest news and updates about O Olive Oil. Make sure to check back regularly for announcements, recipes, and upcoming promotions. We welcome any and all feedback on our posts as well.

In the latest O News, we recently won Best of Show Vinegar at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair in the Vinegar category! The Sonoma County Harvest Fair has been highlighting local specialty foods and wines for over 40 years. O was honored with Double Gold for O Orange Blossom Vinegar and O California White Balsamic Vinegar. O California Balsamic Vinegar took Silver and O Ginger Rice Vinegar was awarded Bronze.

Our Best of Show Vinegar, O Orange Blossom Vinegar, was served at the Awards Dinner where we were honored. All four award-winning flavors were also on display on October 3rd in the Tasting Pavilion at The Sonoma County Harvest Fair. A complete list of winners from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair can be found at the following link.


Thanks for reading and stay tuned for what’s coming next!