oleo oil


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oleo oil

(ˈəʊlɪəʊ)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an oil extracted from beef fat, consisting mainly of a mixture of olein and palmitin. It is used in the manufacture of margarine

Oleo oil

A thick, yellowish oil obtained from some animal fats, e.g., from high-quality beef tallow.
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Noun1.oleo oil - obtained from beef fat; used in making margarine and soap and in lubrication
animal oil - any oil obtained from animal substances
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The product of mauries composed of Oleo oil (from Beaf Fat) prepared from beef fats, milk, salt and annatto for colour, was rapidly chilled the partially emulsified mixture in ice water, separating the solidified fatty granules now watery of milk and kneading the solid emulsion as in butter manufacture to obtain the finished margarine.