Corn Oil


Corn Oil -

Used in various degrees of refinement as a cooking and edible oil, in the manufacture of soap, lubricating oil, oil cloth, rubber substitute, etc., is made from the germs, which, after separation from the body and hull of the grain, are dried, ground and pressed into cakes, to be later subjected to high pressure, the oil running out into collecting tanks. When pure it is golden yellow in color and marked by a pleasing taste and aroma somewhat suggestive of freshly ground grain.

The residue of corn oil extraction is pressed into oil cakes, to be used as cattle food, etc.


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