Original Subject: Re: Bubble washing.
>>> allegedly it's an animal fats thing. I haven't personally dealt with
>>> it because in the US we don't get fast food cooked in animal fats.
>>> anyone else (ie australians, eaters of fine tallow fried ... er...
>>> food), more info? Is 'normally used' animal fat harder to convert
>>> fully than vegoil?
>> I have been told that McDonalds fry oil is the same the world over and
>> contains 30% chicken fat.
> Your source was misinformed. In the US, McDonald's uses 100% veggie oil.
> In fact, when they switched over from a cottonseed oil/tallow blend to
> 100% veggie oil in the early 90s, they worked extensively with chemists
> at IFF to make sure the unique flavor of McDonald's fries was not altered.
> John

Well, I have a container of 600 litres McDonalds WVO and it is very thick
gravy up to about 15¡centigrade and under 0¡centigrade its pretty much

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