Origin of olein
Examples from the Web for olein
Olive oil and peanut oil are "non-drying" and contain oleic compounds (olein).Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
In the manufacture of packing-house and cottonseed products the stearin is often separated from the olein.Encyclopedia of Diet|Eugene Christian
Most of the common oils with which we are familiar in food are composed chiefly of olein.
Olein may be distilled in vacuo without decomposition taking place.The Handbook of Soap Manufacture|W. H. Simmons
The protein of the yolk is chiefly in the form of ovovitellin, while the fats occur as palmitin, olein, and stearin.