Disposing Of Cooking Oil : Cooking School Jakarta
Disposing Of Cooking Oil
- An explanation on how to safely dispose of an expired or damaged car seat to stop other people from using them. This assists people when throwing seats out on the inorganic rubbish piles. More information here.
- Cooking oil is purified fat of plant origin, which is usually liquid at room temperature (saturated oils such as coconut and palm are more solid at room temperature than other oils).
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We live in a disposable society.
It's easier to throw things out than to fix them.
We even give it a name... we call it RECYCLING.
- Neil LaBute
Did You Know?
Proper disposal of used cooking oil is an important waste-management concern. Oil is lighter than water and tends to spread into thin and broad membranes which hinder the oxygenation of water. Because of this, a single litre of oil can contaminate as much as 1 million litres of water. Also, oil can congeal on pipes provoking blockages.
Because of this, cooking oil should never be dumped in the kitchen sink or in the toilet bowl. The proper way to dispose of oil is to put it in a sealed non-recyclable container and discard it with regular garbage.
Cooking oil can be recycled. It can be used to produce soap and biodiesel.
Steamed Wild Irish Mussels
I know mussels are easy to make at home and it doesn't make much sense to order them in a restaurant when it's cheaper to do it at home.
However, you don't get frites with your mussels at home unless you're willing to peel potatoes, soak them, double-fry them with the range hood on at full blast and all the windows open, and then dispose of the cooking oil somehow.
This wasn't innovative, but it was delicious with a vaguely alcoholic note harmonizing with the cream and ocean flavour from the mussels.
disposing of cooking oil
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