oilcake

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oilcake

[ˈɔɪlkeɪk] Ntorta f de borujo, torta f de linaza
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Maize bran (Zea mays), palm oil and soybean oilcake (Glycine max) were purchased at the local market, the amount of the latter being kept at 10-15%, so as to minimize the effects of its anti-nutritional factors.
The feed material were fish flour, corn flour, fine bran, coconut oilcake, rice straw, Nutri Simba, tofu grounds, agricultural waste, brown sugar and salt.
Growth performance of the monsoon river prawn Macrobrachium malcolmsonii on formulated feeds with combinations of pulses and cereals along with groundnut oilcake and soya meal.
Included within that category are products such as bread, pastries, cakes, oilcake, chocolate and cocoa-containing products, prepared or preserved vegetables, and sugar confectionery without chocolate, notes the August 2015 Global Agricultural Information Network report.
The oilcake remaining after oil is expressed from the seeds is employed as a very nutritious feed supplement for livestock, but it also has potential for production of a high-protein flour.
He said he was holding meetings for removal of five per cent tax on oilcake (khal).
exports to Cuba in recent years, the leading products have been poultry, soybean oilcake, corn, and soybeans.
Around 90 percent of EU exports to Brazil in 2013 were manufactured goods automotive, aircraft, chemicals, and other machinery), while primary products such as food and drink and raw materials (soy beans, oilcake, iron ore, coffee and crude oil) accounted for more than 70 percent of imports from Brazil.
9 million metric tons in 1985-1986) and about 7% of the oilcake and meal produced from oilseeds.
The Suitability of South African Flaxseed Oilcake for Inclusion in Bread.
At the detailed level, the main EU27 exports to Brazil were motor vehicles and parts, medicines and aircraft and parts, while the main imports were iron ore, coffee, oilcake, soya beans, wood pulp and crude oil.