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You know, babies, peanut-oil based lotions for baby's bottoms, things like that.
As pretreatment before saponification, the washing with salted boiling water is indicated (see description of the process in C.apter C. I: peanut-oil)
But since American kerosene was introduced in 1864, its use has become well-nigh universal, and the families who depended upon the bean-oil and peanut-oil market are starving.
Before retiring for the night lighted joss-sticks are stuck in the bow of the sampan, and lighted paper is waved about to propitiate the spirit of the waters and of the night; small saucers of rice, boiled turnip, and peanut-oil are also solemnly presented to the tutelary gods, to enlist their active sympathies as an offset against the fell designs of mischievous spirits.
The Celestials conceived the diabolical notion of wrapping him in cotton, saturating him with peanut-oil, and setting him on fire.
Prometrium is in a peanut-oil base, so don’t try this if you or a family member has a peanut allergy.