edible fat


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Noun1.edible fat - oily or greasy matter making up the bulk of fatty tissue in animals and in seeds and other plant tissue
cracklings - the crisp residue left after lard has been rendered
lard - soft white semisolid fat obtained by rendering the fatty tissue of the hog
marbling - the intermixture of fat and lean in a cut of meat
shortening - fat such as butter or lard used in baked goods
suet - hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and sheep
drippings - fat that exudes from meat and drips off while it is being roasted or fried
vegetable oil, oil - any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
fat - a soft greasy substance occurring in organic tissue and consisting of a mixture of lipids (mostly triglycerides); "pizza has too much fat"
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While butter and other edible fat consumption probabilities increased in families where the household head has a compulsory health insurance, olive oil and other edible oil consumption probabilities decrease as expected in families where the household head had a "green card" (healthcare card for uninsured people in Turkey).
Composition, phase behavior and thermal stability of natural edible fat from rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum L.
Louis Napoleon III, emperor of the country known the world over for its rich, buttery dishes, offered a prize to the inventor of a cheap edible fat that could supply the military and the lower classes.
In the late 1860s Napoleon III launched a competition to find a cheap kind of edible fat for the navy: 'margarine', the winning invention of chemist Hippolyte Mege-Mouries, made available fat go further.
The county's decision to apply for a court order to close edible fat business TimCo Foods Ltd.
The company manufactures a number of consumers products but capacity of only two products namely edible fat and oils and detergents and personal products are given in the table:
Timco, an edible fat processing plant in the village's industrial park, opened for business in June under the terms of a Certificate of Approval from the Ministry of the Environment.
The production capacity of the company's edible fat and oil plants was expanded from 34,000 tonnes in 1990 to 45,000 tonnes in 1991 and to 80,000 in 1994 capacity of detergents and personal products increased from 36,542 tonnes in 1990 to 45,950 tonnes in 1991 and to 53,040 tonnes in 1994.
Monounsaturated oils rich in oleic acid are currently touted to be the healthiest of the edible fats in the human diet.
Animal or vegetable oils and their cleavage products, prepared edible fats, animal or vegetable waxes werethe leading agricultural commodity exports in the third quarter, accounting for the largest share of 27 percent valued at $433.
05) in the peroxide value was observed between the samples (Figure 2); regardless of the rendering methods, all the rendered broiler skin fats had peroxide values less than 10 meq/kg, which is the limit allowed by the standards of the Codex Alimentarius [27] for edible fats and oils [28].
2003, laying down requirements for milk and milk products, ice creams and edible fats and oils, as amended, which lays down detailed rules for the regulation of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no.