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Booker's Latest Vegetable Cooking Oil Prices November 2013
These are Booker’s latest new vegetable oil prices for November 2013 – Chef’s Larder Vegetable Oil £19.79 – 20ltr, Consumer’s Pride Rapeseed Cooking Vegetable Oil £18.99 – 20ltr, Consumer’s Pride Vegetable Cooking Oil £17.49 – 20ltr, KTC Pure Vegetable Cooking Oil 4 x 4ltr £17.65 – 16ltr, Consumer’s Pride Vegetable Cooking Oil £17.99 – 20ltr, KTC Vegetable Cooking Oil £16.29 – 20ltr, KTC Vegetable Cooking Oil £15.99 – 20ltr, Prep ZT Long Life Vegetable Oil £20.19 – 15ltr, Chef’s Larder Vegetable Oil £19.79 – 20ltr, KTC Vegetable Cooking Oil £15.39 – 15ltr.
Vegetable Cooking Oil Bacteria
Vegetable cooking oil needs changing frequently as bacteria will start to grow in the vegetable cooking oil. As you can imagine when food is cooked in hot vegetable cooking oil tiny food molecules and moisture will contaminate vegetable cooking oil speeding up the effects of bacteria growth in vegetable cooking oil. I could tell you the places I would and wouldnt want to eat in knowing what the condition the waste vegetable cooking oil is in when being disposed of.
One cafe outlet without mentioning any names asked me to collect some waste vegetable oil. I turned up to the premises and found a barrel positioned on its side in a rack and thought (That must be a bloody good seal). When I opened the blue waste vegetable oil barrel it was solid lard. I thought (This is nice stuff for rats maybe).
Have you ever eaten food in a restaurant or from a takeaway and have suffered from a mild stomach ache. This is the effects of vegetable cooking oil bacteria in your stomach being digested. Many food outlets such as cafes, restaurants and takeaways dont change there vegetable cooking oil until it has been used 12 to 15 times even more.
It also amazes me how some food outlets use a fryer for all foods. Generally food outlets should have one fryer cooking vegetables for vegetarian meals and the other for meat only to avoid vegetable cooking oil bacteria growth.
Some food outlets re use the vegetable cooking oil from the vegetable fryer that should be thrown away and used for the meat fryer so this method again is incorrect to avoid food bacteria. So when you think youre eating vegetarian chips or vegetable burger think again as it will be coated in animal fat.
Vegetable cooking oil should be changed on the 3rd use and no more to avoid vegetable cooking oil bacteria growth and for pure quality cooking methods which in turn will improve star quality of your business.
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