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The most likely reason is that it was stored too cold (= in the fridge). If this is the case, then it is perfectly safe to use. Some oils are also sold unfiltered. They don't really "go" cloudy, but are that way from the onset. But it can happen that the sediment falls to the bottom over time, then somebody shakes the bottle and it looks cloudy again. If ...


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i have read in this artile that coconut oil medium chain ftty acids kill certain bacteria including botulism, although i would like more sources to confirm this so that i could make my garlic oil without worries page 72 ...


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The two comments above are correct in a certain way and incorrect in another way. This happened to me 2 nights ago. I made a desert that needed 4 cups of clarified butter for a specific desert. I forgot what I was doing and last night when I got to making it I stirred it up after taking off the foam off the top, then saw the the white milky part and more ...


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Some utilities have or are starting residential cooking oil recycling programs. They will either have a drum to pour oil into, or a cabinet to drop off a bottle. If there is no program in your area, the trash can is the best option. You should never dump oil down the drain, as it can cause odours and back-ups in your home and the sanitary sewer collection ...



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