neutral oil

neutral oil

[′nü·trəl ′ȯil]
(materials)
Light oil from dewaxed petroleum; medium or low viscosity, flash point 143-160°C.
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1 tablespoon (approximately 15 ml) neutral oil, such as grape seed or canola
One can mix together one cup of flour, 1.25 cups of cold water, and a tablespoon of neutral oil until itaACAOs thick enough to paint with.
Use enough of a neutral oil to make sure that your pan is well coated, and each grain of rice is enveloped in a little blanket of oil.
Trim and halve 600g brussels sprouts and heat a large, deep pan one-third filled with neutral oil to 185C.
An abstract green and neutral oil painting hung at the back of her booth.
Nonsilicone agents include Econo-Spray paintable, Hi-Line spray paintable, dry powder with Teflon, dry waxy with Krytox, zinc stearate, neutral oil and lecithin.
grapeseed or other neutral oil (Stephanie's note: I used safflower, would also use sunflower or peanut; I do not like canola oil) 1 1/2 tsp.
Blinding of the characteristic chamomile aroma was achieved by inserting a disk impregnated with 1 drop of chamomile oil (for placebo) or 1 drop of neutral oil (for chamomile) into the lid of each airtight medication container.
They first focused their efforts on developing better ways to separate usable portions of the waste--such as free fatty acids, neutral oil, and waxes--from unusable portions, such as solids and other insoluble materials.
Because of the delicate flavour, a fairly neutral oil should be used to fry squid.
The neutral oil was separated in a column filled with [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] and silica gel.
500g (1lb 2oz) mild red chillies, seeded 250ml (9fl oz) olive or other neutral oil, eg corn