palm butter

palm butter

[′päm ‚bəd·ər]
(materials)
A reddish-yellow edible fatty oil expressed from putrid or fermented fruit pulp of the African oil palm (Elaesis guineensis); soluble in alcohol, ether, carbon disulfide, and chloroform; main components are palmitic acid, stearic acid, and glycerides of palmitic and oleic acids; melts at 27-42°C; used to make soaps and candles, as a lubricant, a color for butter substitutes, and an emollient. Also known as palm grease; palm oil.
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They put it in a big pan and cooked it in palm butter.
00 (Theobroma grandiflorum seed butter) BioChemica Palm Butter - Ultra Refined - Cert.
Comments: Palm Butter is a natural (nonhydrogenated) stearin fraction of palm fat that is a solid butter at room temperature that has great antioxidant power.