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Old 04-27-2011, 06:49 AM
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Filter magic powder??????

I picked up a new veg account today. I was talking with the kitchen staff to see what all they through in there veg bins. They seem to do a good job only putting the oil in the bins, but, they use something called Frymaster Dean Filter Magic powder, that is supposed to aid in the life of there fryer oil. Does anyone one know if this is okay to burn in a veg system. I centrifuge my oil, is that enough to remove this stuff if it is no good to burn?

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see if the ingredient or base of the product is citric acid based.
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Old 04-29-2011, 06:05 PM
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see if the ingredient or base of the product is citric acid based.
Thanks for the reply. I got some good info from vegginpsd. "Frymaster filter powder ins anabolic soil.....ground sea shells. It will cf out no problem. It is used in conjunction with filter paper in filtration on the fryer. It is your friend, not foe. It really keeps the oil clean, thus, making your feedstock quality much better."

Thought I would post this for future folks with the same questions.
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excellent info! thanks for the update!
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