Retired guy, glad to hear your oil cleared up!
From that interesting website, I learned that the natural waxes produced on the olives, are what creates the problems, even at higher temperatures (room temperatures). It was an interesting read, and I hadn't known that olive oil had to be winterized to avoid the problem. Though I'm not sure it would need to be winterized for me or my use. I learn something new every day.
I saw the Wizard of Oz last night. I was wrong, Glinda (witch of the North) was not the sister to the witch of the East. The sister to the Witch of the East, the one with the house on her, was the Witch of the West. Apparently I have my witches mixed up.
SparrowGrass, your sister should try to be gooder about the t-shirt.
This only proves one thing for me, the more I know, the less I know.