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ktc pomace oil INSTORE - £1.99 @ Morrisons
ktc pomace oil INSTORE - £1.99 @ Morrisons

ktc pomace oil INSTORE - £1.99 @ Morrisons

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ktc pomace oil

usually £7.50 now £1.99

5 Litres
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huddersfield

Good deal. usually pay much more than that. Heat given

Pomace olive oil is chemically extracted, not pressed. Wouldn't use it for cooking even if it was free.

which huddersfeild store

how many left cheers

dush_yant

Pomace olive oil is chemically extracted, not pressed. Wouldn't use it … Pomace olive oil is chemically extracted, not pressed. Wouldn't use it for cooking even if it was free.



Agreed, +1

dush_yant

Pomace olive oil is chemically extracted, not pressed. Wouldn't use it … Pomace olive oil is chemically extracted, not pressed. Wouldn't use it for cooking even if it was free.



Olive oil for cooking! You know olive oil typically has a very low smoke point, not the kind of thing you want to heat up.

GazmoX

Olive oil for cooking! You know olive oil typically has a very low smoke … Olive oil for cooking! You know olive oil typically has a very low smoke point, not the kind of thing you want to heat up.


Extra virgin olive oil has a low smoke point. Refined olive oil is fine for cooking and has about the same smoke point as refined sunflower and refined rapeseed oils.
The pomace olive oil that the OP posted is also meant for cooking but they use hexane to draw out the oil from the pomace and while they get rid of most the hexane during processing, there are still residue hexane which when heated isn't good for health.
BTW I'm sure someone will comment that refined olive oil is refined via a chemical process as well, but the process doesn't involve hexane. All cooking oils on the market may it be vegetable, sunflower, canola or rapeseed are refined via a chemical process, but AFAIK only the processing of pomace olive oil involves hexane.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 10th Mar

Whilst I wouldn't use it for cooking purposes, would this be usable in a diesel engine?

kingpete

Agreed, +1



​what will happen if its used and after how long will it be noticeable

missread "kfc used frying oil"
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