What is the flashpoint of peanut oil?

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The flash point of peanut oil is 600 degrees. When peanut oil reaches this temperature you will see small flames shooting from its surface. Beyond 700 degrees, peanut oil reaches its fire point, and becomes totally engulfed in flames.
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If unopened peanut oil will last about a year. If opened they're good 4-6 months.Peanut oil which is full of monounsaturates benefits more from storing in the refrigerator.
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1. Allow the peanut oil to cool for a few hours. The large food particles will settle at the bottom and you are less likely to burn yourself once the oil has had time to cool. 2.
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635-645 degrees F is the flashpoint of soybean oil. soon!
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That is a very vague question. You need to know the mass and density in order to find the volume. M=D*V.
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