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The throumba olive harvest begins in late November and early December. It is processed in large tanks by adding coarse sea salt and letting them mature and cook from the salt for about 40 days.
The consumer can keep them either dry or in a glass jar with olive oil for more flavor, then it can be served at the table with some dried oregano or any other spice he wishes.