The newest cookers that can cook algae oil in a variety of ways are being sold by the makers of a cooking oil called Avona.
In a new post on the company’s blog, the company said it plans to release “a new batch of products” starting in March, including a cookers with an “aluminum foil membrane” that can be used to separate the oil from the water.
The company said the cooking oil has a higher melting point and has a “low boiling point,” which means that it can be heated and cooled in an oil bath before being poured into food, as opposed to being boiled and cooled.
The new batches are expected to be available in “a few months,” the post said.
The post did not offer a price for the cooking oils, but a representative from Avona told The Washington Post that it was “fairly inexpensive” to buy.
The cooking oils come in two varieties, “Alona” and “Alva,” which each contain 10 to 30 parts per million of the liquid.
The latter is called “Alba” and is sold in containers of between 1,000 and 10,000 units.
The first batches of the cooking fuels are expected in March 2018, according to the post.
In the post, the founder of Avona, James C. Givens, said that the company had a “very positive” experience with the algae oil.
“It’s a pretty easy process and I think you’ll be able to find it for about $50,” Given said in the post on Tuesday.
“You can get it by mail order, by mail delivery, you can find it online or you can buy it online, so it’s pretty easy.”