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Old 06-27-2009, 12:25 PM
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Creamy WVO made good bio...

The local College cafeteria gives us some nasty smelling, cream colored oil that actually has a head on it when in the barrells. Thought we'll give it a try. Mixed in 1st run Glycerol and let it settle. Oil looked normal honey colored and titrated less than 4. (better than the other stuff we are using). drain off the glycerol, and it was like chocolate. I was surprised that it turned out as well as it did. Will do the Magnesol wash tonight...
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I use the creamy stuff during the hot summer months here in NC, buuutttt it will gell on you pretty quick when the temp starts falling. other than this it makes great burning fuel.
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I use the creamy stuff during the hot summer months here in NC, buuutttt it will gell on you pretty quick when the temp starts falling. other than this it makes great burning fuel.
This is good to know, thanks. Maybe we'll just store it once it cools down.
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