Some ways to cook cottonseed oil

Author NameDishit Nathwani

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Cottonseed oil is one of the cheapest oils you can buy. Cotton plants are not particularly rich in oil, but then again, neither are peanuts or soybeans. Cotton only contains about 14% oil, while soybean and peanut contain around 40%. Cotton seed however has a big advantage over other seeds: it is much easier to extract the oil from cotton than with most other seeds.

Peanuts and soybeans among others have to go through a lengthy process of roasting and pressing before most of the oil is released. Cotton seed on the other hand literally falls off the plant when ripe and can be harvested directly as crude cottonseed oil – with nothing more than a press needed to extract most of what’s there.

Cottonseed for human consumption, on the other hand, is a different story. Cottonseed that is intended for human consumption contains only about 2% oil, which means that in order to get rid of the oil it has to be treated with extremely high temperatures and pressures. When done properly it will kill all bacteria and viruses in the seed… But also causes a number of carcinogenic chemicals to be created in the process.

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Cottonseed oil is one of the cheapest oils you can buy. Cotton plants are not particularly rich in oil, but then again, neither are peanuts or soybeans. Cotton only contains about 14% oil, while soybean and peanut contain around 40%. Cotton seed however has a big advantage over other seeds: it is much easier to extract the oil from cotton than with most other seeds.

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Peanuts and soybeans among others have to go through a lengthy process of roasting and pressing before most of the oil is released. Cotton seed on the other hand literally falls off the plant when ripe and can be harvested directly as crude cottonseed oil – with nothing more than a press needed to extract most of what’s there.

Cottonseed for human consumption, on the other hand, is a different story. Cottonseed that is intended for human consumption contains only about 2% oil, which means that in order to get rid of the oil it has to be treated with extremely high temperatures and pressures. When done properly it will kill all bacteria and viruses in the seed… But also causes a number of carcinogenic chemicals to be created in the process.

Hi! You seem to have CSS turned off. While you will miss out on a lot of good information from this site, I can assure you there are better ways for your web experience. Either way, if you find yourself bored here’s a little experiment: take a sip every time you see the word “oil”

This article was written by  The Vegan Stoner  and is narrated by Gabriel, the “Striving Domesticated Animal”.

If you like this article, please comment and share so that others may be informed! Subscribe for future content as well. Thanks!

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For more vegan information take a look at these links: Cottonseed oil is one of cheapest oils you can buy. Cotton plants are not particularly rich in oil, but then again, neither are peanuts or soybeans. Cotton only contains about 14% oil, while soybean and peanut contain around 40%.

Cotton seed however has big advantage over other seeds: it is much easier to extract the oil cotton than with most other seeds. Peanuts and soybeans among others have go through lengthy process of roasting and pressing before most of the oil is released. Cotton seed on the other hand literally falls off plant when ripe and can be harvested directly as crude cottonseed oil – with nothing more than press needed to extract most of what’s there. Cottonseed for human consumption, on the other hand, is different story.

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