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Old 07-25-2012, 07:12 AM
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Alright...I've got some questions about two different oil sources. The ingredients are the same on both, just want to make sure it's not PHO. My Spanish is a little rusty, but the second one says something that makes me wonder...

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What's it like at room temp? If its PHO it will be solid-ish at room temp.

FWIW, about 10% of the oil I get is Clear Liquid Frying "OIL" not "shortening" as your cubes say. Shortening definitely makes it sound like no fun to run through filters at lower temps, but should be fine in a heated CF scenario for processing AND heated two tank like you run in the truck.

PHO shouldn't really be an issue for you to burn if you have any.
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Yeah, it's definitely liquid at room temp or even a little cooler. Sometimes it's 45 or 50 in the mornings here and I haven't noticed any difference.
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Those two products are one in the same. Identical. Likely, despite the difference in appearance, pressed, degummed, and packaged in the same facility.

They are comodity clear soybean frying oil. This is the most common frying oil in the industry.


If it was PHO it would say "creamy" on the label.

I have collected, CF'd and burned 1000's of gallons of creamy oil without an issue FWIW.
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Thanks! I was hoping you'd chime in...
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Thanks! I was hoping you'd chime in...
No problem. Its what I do. I have sold tens of thousands of the case pictured on the left!

The other photo is from my competitor.......
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