Hello wonderful families of FCP forum,
I have a totally random, and for some of you what
may seem like a stupid question
So I have this bottle of Corn Oil in my home kitchen that I have been hesitantly using, somebody gave it to me, and I'm thinking of non-waste
fully disposing/using it for the purpose other than bodily consumption because of GMO concerns and all kinds of things I hear about the bad chemical reactions that take place when
the oil is heated to a high temperature. Now, some of you may disagree with what I'm doing and that's OK, but I've already made up my mind that I'm getting rid of this corn oil (I'm getting EVOO or EVCO instead) -- and I would like to hear your expert opinion here from henceforth.
So I thought of disposing the corn oil but it seems wasteful to toss it in the garbage
. And I was wondering
if I can save this bottle for our camping trip next year and use it as a fuel for campfire. I'm wondering if any veteran campers out here ever used cooking oil as fuel and how well it works especially in comparison with the regular camping fuel?
Even just an assurance that the oil is going
to burn will be appreciated.
Thanks so much! xx