Biodiesel is the non-toxic renewable fuel which has the potential to replace diesel fuel with little or no modifications in the diesel engine. Waste cooking oil can be used as the source to produce biodiesel.
According to experts, a liter of waste cooking oil can produce 850 to 950 ml of biodiesel depending on the quality of the raw material used.
The use of vegetable oils and their derivatives was found to be one of the reasonable solutions to increasing environmental problems. However, the direct use of vegetable oils in diesel engines was found improper due to several factors, such as the high viscosity, acid composition, and free fatty acid content. Accordingly, they require further modifications for effective use.
The process which is used in the conversion of Waste cooking oil to useable Biodiesel is Transesterification. Transesterification is a process of transforming triglycerides in vegetable oils into a mixture of fatty acid esters using alcohol and catalyst to increase the…
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Supermarkets using cheaper ingredients in own-brand pesto
Which? investigation finds standard ranges using cashew nuts instead of pine nuts, and parmesan substitute An investigation into supermarket own-brand pesto has found that bamboo fibers, potato flakes, and nut flour are being used as cheaper alternatives to traditional ingredients.
Pesto, which is traditionally made from basil, pine nuts, parmesan, olive oil – and sometimes lemon juice and garlic – has become a staple food in the UK.
However, a Which? the investigation into pesto sold by Asda, Co-op, M&S, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose found that supermarket own-labels used cashew nuts instead of pine nuts, sunflower oil instead of olive oil and cheaper grana Padano cheese instead of parmesan to cut costs.
The analysis found the most authentic and traditional pesos on sale were the Asda Extra Special Genovese Basil Pesto, costing £1.39, and the Waitrose 1 Pesto Alla Genovese, priced at £2.70.