Can you use sweet corn to produce corn oil?
Generally, sweet corn production has been directed to specific markets. The demand has tended to be for sweet corn in the form of canned or frozen kernels; fresh corn-on-the-cob; or processed crunches and nuts. Sweet corn could be used in the production of corn oil. For its oil content is high. However, the sugar content is also high. So ground sweet corn has tended to be a slurry sticky business when venturing outside the specific markets mentioned above.
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Corn oil is extracted from the germ of the corn kernel. The most common method is the use of a solvent to do it. The solvent can then be recovered and reused. The oil comprise…s a bit under 3% of the "stuff" in corn, and it takes manufacturing "muscle" to get out as much as possible and do it cost effectively. Corn oil doesn't cost all that much at the store and is widely used commercially. They must be doing it right. Got links if you want 'em.
Typically around July, the tassel on top of the corn plant fertilizes the silks (those stringy things when you husk sweet corn) on the ear of corn. After the pollen gets on th…e end of the silk, it travels down into the ear where it pollinates the kernel. Each kernel has its own silk. After fertilization, the ear starts forming. Pollination is dependent on when you plant and the temperature outside. So when you see the tassel at the top open up, the ear will start forming in the coming weeks.
you can use olive oil as a substitute or sunflower oil. Thanks, big help I was trying to make horse treats and i always am missing something!
All states except Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont produce corn. Iowa is the largest producer of corn in th…e U.S. Florida is the largest producer of sweet corn in the U.S. The Matanuska Valley in Alaska produces corn . Improved Answer By Toxic Spill; I don't think Florida is the number 1 producer of sweet corn though! thats rediculous... everyone know its Jupiter! :) kidding...
you can use corn oil for your pastries but they will turn out tasting bitter.. you can use corn oil for your pastries but they will turn out tasting bitter.
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The most common use of sweet corn would have to be food.
1 - Iowa #2 - Illinois #3 - Nebraska #4 - Minnesota #5 - Indiana
Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska, Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, etc.
Corn (maize) is harvested from the field with a combine harvester, then trucked to the ethanol-manufacturing facility. There it might be stored for a while till needed, but th…en moves into the facility where it's ground (either wet or dry depending on the facility). It then moves, along with some water, into fermentation tanks where brewer's yeast (a friendly fungus) is introduced into the mix. After the fermentation period passes (I think it's about 48 hours). the mash (ground corn/water/yeast/etc. blend) moves into large distillation units which heat the mash to the boiling point. The vapor moves up through cooling towers which cool the vapor slowly. As it rises, the water vapor condenses first, and is piped away. The ethanol rises to its level of condensation, then gets piped away to the storage tanks.
In order, based on 2010 data from USDA: . Minnesota . Washington . Wisconsin . Florida . California (Includes both fresh market and processing)
No, they have almost nothing in common. You can use many different vegetable oils instead of corn oil, sunflower oil for example. If you don't have light corn syrup, substitut…e 1 cup granulated sugar and 1/4 cup water. If a recipe calls for dark corn syrup, use 1 cup packed brown sugar and 1/4 cup water.
Wisconsin, Minnesota. Ohio, Mich.,Indiana