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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hydrogenise.


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  • For what it's worth, I've used the non-trans-fat Crisco in a pie crust and it doesn't make as good a pastry as the hydrogenised product.


  • You can't go to the supermarket right now, it's just countless in a market, the homemaker has to spend an hour just looking and reading because of hydrogenised oils.

    CNN Transcript Mar 1, 2003

  • Why are our industries allowed to produce hydrogenised oils and sell them to our restaurants when their chemists know what the oils do to our arteries?

    CNN Transcript Mar 1, 2003

  • In North America, consumers 'concerns about trans fats have led to companies investing heavily in researching new strains of oilseeds that can be used in place of hydrogenised oils.

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