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Rancidification - Wikipedia

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Rancidification, the product of which can be described as rancidity, is the process which causes ... Rancidification can reduce the nutritional value of food, and some vitamins are highly sensitive ...

foodstorage / StoringFatsOils

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... materials for liquid oils (e.g. vegetable oil, olive oil), shortenings, margarines, ... [ii] To prevent oxidative rancidity, products should be kept cool and covered or ...

Rancidity and Antioxidants

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Oxidative rancidity of fats such as lard, shortenings, salad and cooking oils ... meat, frozen vegetables and dry milk can become rancid as the fats in the ... Packages that exclude light can be used to protect the products against fat oxidation.

TOUCH OF RANCIDITY CAN SPOIL THE FEAST - NYTimes.com

www.nytimes.com/1983/02/19/style/touch-of-rancidity-can-spoil-the-feast.html

Feb 19, 1983 ... Rancidity is a form of spoilage that occurs in fats and oils and, ... such as white vegetable shortening are highly resistant to rancidity, ... Dry breakfast cereals usually contain enough preservatives to prevent rancidity for several ...

How Good Oil Goes Bad

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Healthy? • Examples: Fish oil, vegetable oils ... Dealing with hydrolytic rancidity in oils. 1. ... Keep things cool to reduce enzyme activity. – ... vegetable shortening.

Fats and Oils | Foods Technology | Agriculture Information

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They are lard, cooking oils, salad oils, margarine and butter. ... I.U of vitamin A. refined vegetable oil and hydrogenated shortenings contain little or no ... to prevent spoilage from oxidation, which results in undesirable rancid flavour and odours.

Fats & Oils - Oregon State University

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May 23, 2012 ... The role of the lipid in the plastid of green and yellow vegetables is ... These are the triglyceride lipids, the major component of fat, butter, shortening, oil, etc. .... lecithin, water scavenger to prevent lipolytic rancidity; emulsifier.

Cooking Fats 101: What's a Smoke Point and Why Does it Matter ...

www.seriouseats.com/2014/05/cooking-fats-101-whats-a-smoke-point-and-why-does-it-matter.html

May 16, 2014 ... That's because every cooking fat, be it butter, lard, or oil, has a smoke point: a ... that don't play well with heat and tend to be especially susceptible to rancidity; these are the oils ... Keep your oils tightly sealed in a cool, dark place and, if they come in a translucent ... Vegetable Shortening, 360°F/1...

The Food Timeline--shortening & cooking oils

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Shortening refers to edible fats or vegetable or animal origin used in baked goods ... warmth, air, and moisture favor the development of rancidity in fats and oils. ... be taken regarding the storage of butter in order to prevent the development of ...

How to Store Oil Safely - Survival Mom

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Apr 8, 2010 ... There's evidence that rancid oils contain free radicals, which can be a health ... Keep in mind the four main factors that affect shelf life: light, oxygen, ... Coconut oil is a great option to the oils we typically think of for cooking and baking. ... up on storing oil long-term and have switched to storing shorteni...