Origin of hydrogenate
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Examples from the Web for hydrogenated
Fried fats, hydrogenated fats, and vegetable oils are going to lead to more cravings and less satisfaction.Five Ways to Recover Faster From Your Thanksgiving Binge
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The hydrogenated oils, home-rendered fats, lard and beef and mutton suet can be used for shortening fats.Foods That Will Win The War And How To Cook Them (1918)
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Since hydrogenated oils are high in stearine, their use in shaving soaps is a decided advantage.Soap-Making Manual
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hydrogenize or hydrogenise
- to undergo or cause to undergo a reaction with hydrogento hydrogenate ethylene
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Word Origin and History for hydrogenated
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- To treat or combine chemically an unsaturated compound with hydrogen. Liquid vegetable oils are often hydrogenated to turn them into solids.
- To turn coal into oil by combining its carbon with hydrogen to form hydrocarbons.
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