Is Fractionated Oil the Same as Hydrogenated Oil?

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Fractionated oil is not the same as hydrogenated oil. Fractionated oils have had some of the saturated fatty acids remove which make them more liquid and soft. Hydrogenated oils are more solid because hydrogen has been forced into the oil.
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Fractionated oil is not the same as hydrogenated oil. Fractionated oils have had some of the saturated fatty acids remove which make them more liquid and soft. ...
Hydrogenated oil is unsaturated oil that has had hydrogen added to it so as to make it thicker or solidify it. Hydrogen also makes the oil more resistant to spoilage ...
Hydrogenated oils are oils that have been processed at a high heat to last longer and keep them stable. They are from a different chemical form of the oils. ...
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