Lifecycle Quick Tip: Allow frying oil to cool to below 120 degrees before disposal
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.Contact Us
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