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Old 07-08-2009, 07:58 PM
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I think I have good wvo, please advice

I have a good source of wvo, not much but hardly used.
About 5-6 gallons a week
Any of you use this type of oil?,
Butcher Boy
Clear Liquid Shortening non-hydrogenated.
Soybean oil with TBHQ etc.

Thanks, Auke
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Old 07-09-2009, 10:58 AM
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Titrate it and see what you come up with... Non-Hydrogenated is better to work with...
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Should be just fine. I have an account which uses that product. Soybean makes great biodiesel. It's also probably the most widely used now due to it's price point vs. other oils like peanut and canola.

(e.g. soybean=$19.00/cubie, peanut=$50.00/cubie, canola=$32.00/cubie)
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I use about 6 grams of lye per liter and it separates real nice, washes good and dryes quick.
I just wanted to make sure, I'm just a bucket producer and it's more a hobby than anything.
I use about 30-40 procent bio in the summer and about 5 pct in the winter.

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You think it's a hobby, but @ $1.10 a gallon or less, the disease progresses...
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You think it's a hobby, but @ $1.10 a gallon or less, the disease progresses...
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