It's the end of a long busy night and the last thing you want to do is empty your used cooking oil into the receptacle out back. Proceed with care and make the shot! All to often used oil is not poured with care and ends up on the ground around the receptacle. Overtime oil residue will build up and create a…
Most food is optimally fried at temperatures between 320 - 375 degrees F. Oil that is approximately 150 degrees F or more will instantly scald skin and cause injury. It is very important to cool oil to at least 120 degrees F before disposing of. At this temperature it is unlikely that a burn injury will occur.
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