linseed oil


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Synonyms for linseed oil

a drying oil extracted from flax seed and used in making such things as oil paints

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Vegetarian Hitler preferred millet or quark with linseed oil and as a meat substitute he was fond of chopped mushrooms.
Basically it's alkanet root powder in something like linseed oil with a bit of turpentine.
A word of warning about linseed oil though: Be careful what you do with the cloths and rags that you use to apply this product.
Therefore, the objective of this study was to investigate the effect of linseed oil, inulin and horse chestnut added to a high fat (HF) diet fed to pigs on the content of FAs in the musculus Longissimus dorsi.
The LINSEED OIL Industry provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
Some oils, like linseed oil, have five or six reactive sites, making the material stiffen Others, such as olive oil, have fewer reactive sites, making the material more flexible.
The diets were formulated by adding rice bran oil and linseed oil to obtain 3 treatments of high, medium and low dietary n-6/n-3 FA.
The oils are blended with sunflower and linseed oil and a few other simple ingredients to make the spread you know and love.
Prevent that damage by applying a coat of linseed oil to the decking as needed.
I have heard of folks using manila rope coated with linseed oil to fill in the gaps, because unlike wood slivers, glues or synthetic fillers, the rope will stay pliable as the boards expand and contract with the seasons.
I watched linseed oil thicken into flat, misshapen tears
A pair of boxer shorts being used to apply linseed oil to a floor caught fire.
Key words: batch cultures, fumaric acid, maleic acid, sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, linseed oil, sheep rumen.
This new generation of natural wood protectors contains plant-based oils and resins--just like traditional linseed oil and tung oil do--but they're more durable and require fewer coats per application.
05) for the percentage of total acceptance of grafted larvae with a mixture of linseed oil + palm oil and isolated soy protein + brewer's yeast that had respectively 63.