Thanksgiving thoughts: biodiesel from a deep-fried turkey
If you're a cooker but not a biodiesel brewer, you can still contribute. Last year, Reuters had an article about biodiesel producers in Plano, Texas (north of Dallas) that says that in the week following Turkey Day they gathered up 500 gallons of used oil from people who had friend their birds. Not a bad idea. So, on this American day of giving thanks, if you're going to fry a bird but don't know what you're going to do with the leftover fuel, call up a local biodiesel organization and tell them that you've got something to give them. They'll probably thank you for it.
The deep-fried turkey photos in the gallery are by Nukeit1, NikiSublime and Dnigh. CC 2.
[Source: PlanetArk and Flickr]
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