20Aug

Many kitchens try to find creative ways of recycling cooking oil to reduce their environmental impact and the waste they produce. So, try some of these creative ways to re-use your cooking oil.

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13Aug

We discussed some of the best ways to get rid of used cooking oil. So, change the way you dispose of oil by choosing the best method for your needs.

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02Aug

Cleaning is essential for all kitchens. You don’t want to produce food in an unsanitary environment, as you might be risking disease. However, it’s especially important for commercial kitchens. They have government requirements which they need to meet. If they don’t fulfill these obligations, they could get shut down. To prevent this from happening to you, let’s look at four tips you can use when cleaning your kitchen.

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24Jul

Grease traps are an essential part of many commercial kitchens. They collect the cooking oil and grease produced when cooking. Then, you only need to empty the grease trap.

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28May

Do you ever wonder what happens to all of the old cooking oil and fats that you dispose of in your kitchen? On a small scale, putting the fat into a sealed container, allowing it to cool and then throwing it in the general waste bin is fine.

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17May

It might not seem like a likely target for thieves; but your used cooking oil can be stolen from your property and sold on, either to a biodiesel firm or to sell on to some unsuspecting customer of their own.

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09May

Anyone who works in the world of professional cookery – and even those lucky few home consumers who have access to a grease trap – will know how downright stinky it can get.

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15Apr

Worldwide, we use a lot of oil in our cooking. Each year, thousands of tons of vegetable oil are used in dressings, fryers, pastas, cookies, and cakes, and in a hundred other things in restaurant kitchens.

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05Apr

Restaurants go through a lot of oil. And it’s some slippery, slimy stuff. Grease and oil splatter, run, and find their way down drains, behind ducts, and into nooks and crannies everywhere in a kitchen.

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26Mar

It's not just because it smells bad that disposing of used cooking oil is important. The stuff builds up and keeps coming. Normal operations produce a steady supply of used cooking oil that needs to be taken care of.

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20Mar

Hood cleaning might not be the most romantic part of running a restaurant, but it's just as fundamental as clean cutting boards, quality ingredients, and professional chefs.

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13Mar

It's no secret for restaurants, cafes or diner owners and employees that with cooking large volumes of food a lot of greases, fat and oil can build up in the building's pipes.

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