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What do you know more about the Rapeseed oil?

Edible Guide Grease has a certain shelf life. Do not consume oil that has been stored for too long. because there is some “green smell”, so it is not suitable for direct use in cold dishes. Avoid repeated use of oil after high-temperature heating. The content of oleic acid in unsaturated fatty acids of high-quality

What do you know more about the Rapeseed oil?

History Rapeseed oil is called “rapeseed oil” for short, mainly from the seeds of Brassica napus and Brassica oleifera (oil content 22% – 49%, average 40%). It contains 21% – 27% protein and 1% phospholipid. These varieties of rapeseed are produced in China, India, Japan, Pakistan, Sweden, Poland, Germany, Chile, France, and Canada. In Europe,

More about the rapeseed oil do you know?

Basic Information Chinese name:Rapeseed oil Foreign name:colza oil another name:Vegetable oil, rapeseed oil, coriander oil main ingredient:Rapeseed Whether it contains preservatives: no Main nutrients:Erucic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid Main consumption effect:Run dry insecticide, reduce swelling, scattered fire Dan  Contents 1.Food introduction 2.Classification 3.Nutrient content 4.Production 5.Edible guide 6.Main effect 7.Taboos and side effects

 Canola  Rapeseed Processing

Preparation The first step in processing canola and rapeseed is to properly preparethe seed for oil removal. This step typically involves using magnets to remove metal and screening to remove impurities that can interfere with the process. Next, the seed is heated to condition the seed prior to mechanical rollers. The mechanical rollers are used

Nutritional value of rapeseed oil

The color of rapeseed oil is golden yellow or brown, and it has a certain stimulating smell. People call this smell “green smell”, which is caused by the fact that rapeseed oil contains a certain amount of glucosinolates in the finished product after oil extraction. However, the general quality rapeseed oil does not contain glucosinolates,