An algae oil-based cooking oil has been found to be a cheaper way to clean cooking oil.
A study published online by the International Journal of Food Sciences showed that cooking oil from algae oil (AO) and olive oil (OI) are the most efficient and cost-effective ways to cleanse foodstuffs, with a saving of around 75 percent.
According to the study, the oil from AO and OI are “the only oils with good performance in the cleaning and sanitization of cooking oils.”
A study conducted by researchers at the University of Stuttgart and the University College London found that AO, olive oil, and coconut oil are the “most efficient and affordable cooking oil for household cleaning,” the researchers said in the study.
The results of the study were published online March 6 in the International journal of Food Science.
The study was conducted to identify the best and most efficient ways to remove harmful microorganisms from foodstamps, the researchers noted.
The research also evaluated whether the use of AO-based cleaning products is an economical option, and whether the products would be effective in reducing the environmental footprint of cleaning.
The researchers analyzed data from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to estimate the costs of cleaning cooking oil with various cleaning methods and their environmental impact.
The analysis identified the best performing cleaning agents and showed that the highest environmental impact was achieved when using coconut oil and olive oils as the cleaning agents.
In comparison to other cooking oil cleaners, coconut oil was found to have a lower environmental impact than olive oil.
Coconut oil, on the other hand, had a higher environmental impact when it was used as a cleaning agent, but the results were not statistically significant.
The research found that cooking oils that have an AO based oil have a “large positive effect on the efficiency of cleaning, and the reduction of harmful micro-organisms, compared to other cleaning agents,” the study stated.
“This study shows that coconut oil is the best option for cleaning household oil because it has a large positive effect in cleaning cooking oils,” Dr. Claudia Bautista, an expert in food microbiology and microbiology from the University at Buffalo, said in a statement.
“Coconut oil is known to be able to remove micro-proteins from cooking oils because of its high oil-to-water ratio and is able to absorb and degrade micro-bacteria from food,” she added.
Bautista added that “we have seen that coconut is one of the best cleaners because it is able a lot of bacteria that is a nuisance to the environment, such as micro-sporidia.
So, the cleaning of coconut oil may also be beneficial for cleaning cooking ingredients in order to remove contaminants from food.”
According to a study published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, micro-organism is one the most common and most serious environmental problems in food manufacturing and food processing, affecting millions of people worldwide.
Micro-organisms can enter food and cause foodborne illnesses, which can include diarrhea, stomach pain, vomiting, stomach ache, and weight gain.
According the International Food Protection Association, microorganisms can be present in food at concentrations that are three times higher than the maximum recommended safe level for human consumption.