Brad Makes Olive Oil (In Italy!) | It’s Alive | Bon Appétit

Brad Makes Olive Oil (In Italy!) | It’s Alive | Bon Appétit

Bon Appétit’s Brad Leone is back for episode 45 of “It’s Alive,” and this time he traveled to Tuscany, Italy to make olive oil with Lucini Italia. Watch Brad learn the process from harvesting to bottling of producing extra virgin olive oil.

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72 Responses

  1. sumojack says:

    where’s the noodling episode at though

  2. Raphael Gomez says:

    If there is no allicin I don’t want it

  3. Eman Asim says:

    Vinny is the Cameraman John of the food side of YouTube

  4. Bon Appétit says:

    We now have merch! Get your Brad shirts here:

  5. Katie Gargrave says:

    did Brad play hockey bc I swear he just gives off that aura I won’t rest until I know

  6. iea96 says:

    I always thought olive oil was like a two part epoxy

  7. Ashley Maggard says:

    Y’all gotta treat vinny real good bc I’ll never be able to live without this editing

  8. MarkCapillanes says:

    I KNEW IT! A few weeks back, Claire mentioned you were away to Italy. I was hoping it was for a video! And low and behold, here it is!

  9. Saichen says:

    Vinny, never apologize for dropping a fat beat.

  10. Donovan Higgins says:

    “Take it easy, wourder boy” HAHAHA

  11. dxxPacmanxxb says:

    dang the weather and scenery looks like its straight out of an advertisment

    • RedLaserFox says:

      So beautiful

    • mikelor84 says:

      lol he was lucky. I remember the last time I did the same (still in italy, but in the south), it was freezing cold because we started too late – end of November – it had snowed the night before so the ground was a really frigid mud that stuck to our hands and to the nets and boots making them heavier step after step. dragging the net around, full of olives and wet mud for the whole day was the most fun part.

  12. snartled says:

    3:00 Matteo to Brad: “You are a little bit professional.”
    Truer words have never been spoken

  13. 畈當畈當涼 says:

    While Brad goes on a paid business trip to Italy, Clare is pulling her hair making gourmet snacks.

  14. StooMetz says:

    i absolutely lost it with the end of this episode, just cracked up, “i’m running out of b-roll” hahahahaha! That was so enjoyable!

  15. Your Favorite Elite says:

    To Mr.Editor. Never apologise for that fantastic little ditty. Love it.

  16. Matt Snyder says:

    I think Brad’s ending monologue literally tripled back on itself.

  17. Fallout Plays says:

    The editing always kills me. So good.

  18. Shreyans Jain says:

    Smh matteo reminds me of a cooler italian toby from the office.

  19. DogBeef says:

    our family had an olive garden near our house, and each year we would all spread a big net under them and collect them by hand, then send them to the villages “juicing place”, this video made me nostalgic

    • Joey C says:

      deadass thought you we’re meme-ing about olive garden and was waiting for some breadstick joke lmao

    • Mon T says:

      That’s such a nice memory 🙂 thanks for sharing

    • JHL says:

      +Joey C I was expecting that too! I was all “Wait he was talking about actual olive garden?”

    • Touqa Ackerman says:

      Same but we cleaned it and straight ate it?..our neighbors used to sneek around and ask me and my twin brother if they can eat it (all tho we were 4 yrs old lol)..I remember even the American soldiers used to stare at it lol

  20. Marcos Amparo says:

    I was today years old when I found out that the color of the bottle was to protect the oil from the light. I always wondered why the bottle was always dark in every olive oil. You learn something new everyday, wow.

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