rice bran oil


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rice bran oil

[′rīs ′bran ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Clear, combustible liquid, derived by solvent-extraction of oil from fresh rice bran; used to make soaps and animal feeds, salad and cooking oils, and hydrogenated shortening.
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The extract consists primarily of unrefined rice bran oil and rice bran's natural wax, which is used in confections.
The product, or "extract," consists primarily of unrefined rice bran oil and rice bran's natural wax, used in confections.
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He said that Rice Bran Oil is a costly oil which is being consumed widely in many developed countries but unfortunately we are not availing this opportunity of earning more foreign exchange by producing rice bran oil.