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A friend of a friend is looking at pressing soybeans for the local farmers. He would keep the oil and they would take the mash.
What would be the advantage to using pure pressed soy oil compared to using WVO for making bio.
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A friend of a friend is looking at pressing soybeans for the local farmers. He would keep the oil and they would take the mash.
What would be the advantage to using pure pressed soy oil compared to using WVO for making bio.

Clean oil is much better for making bio, no FFA's to worry about, no precleaning or "gunk". Tell your buddies buddy to JUMP into this, he won't regret it!
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