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Old 10-28-2008, 12:34 PM
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Ancient cooking secret - they are crapping in the fryer for added flavor.



















Sorry couldn't resist. Good luck figuring it out.
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Old 10-28-2008, 12:46 PM
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I picked up about 15 gallons the other day for some reason it smells like poop. I did a hot pan test. No water what so ever! I ran through my centrifuge at 180 degrees for two hours or so. Just wondering why it has such a weird poop like smell. It looks good. Went to a sushi restaurant in Phoenix the other day and the oil in the vat smelled the same!!! I was at a Thai place a month or so ago and same thing smells like poop not puke... Anybody got any ideas? Am I totally missing something here? Safe to use? I plan to add diesel to it as Jason suggest to regular SVO. Thanks for the input.
Nope, puke yes, but..... keep in mind, I have filtered/dewatered puke-smelling oil - and even though it smelled much less like puke afterwards - my exhaust still smelled like it. gross!
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Maybe someones tired of oil thieves and put the contents from a honey bucket in there???
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i think i will skip breakfast today....
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i think i will skip breakfast today....
That was pretty bad. Sorry about your breakfast Clay.
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Old 10-28-2008, 02:26 PM
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yeaah well...

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I have always felt that we needed a blowing chunks smiley for a long time. See I knew some good could come out of my post.:chuckles:
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Nope, puke yes, but..... keep in mind, I have filtered/dewatered puke-smelling oil - and even though it smelled much less like puke afterwards - my exhaust still smelled like it. gross!
And I thought the smell of burnt vegi oil smelt bad after a while.

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