Re: Fites control
Amos and Terry
The other name for peanuts in the UK is groundnuts, as well many of the
English taxpayers whose funds were spent on growing these in Africa can
attest. Goober oil might work as well.
At 05:43 PM 10/09/2001 -0400, you wrote:
> I've used peanut oil (Planters peanut oil to be specific) and it works
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>> "...as it's not easy to find groundnut-oil (at least here in Europe), is
>> possible to use other "brands" like olive-oil? "
>> Alexander Nader
>> Vienna, Austria
>> The topic of ground-nuts has surfaced before, at which time I discovered
>that the US members didn't generally know that there were a variety of
>different names for ground-nuts, of which peanuts is the most common.
>> Peanut oil is readily available in supermarkets here, and likely other
>> I note that "Annie in Africa", home of ground-nuts, uses sunflower oil
>with good results. This does not surprise me. I guess the purpose of the oil
>(any oil) is to ameliorate the dewaxing effect of xylene.
>> Terry L Marshall B.A.(Law), M.B.Ch.B., F.R.C.Path
>> Consultant Histopathologist
>> Rotherham General Hospital, Yorkshire
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