What keeps cooking oil from burning on our stove?



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    The “fire-point” is a term used to indicate the lowest temperature that a substance (oil) can reach before it can ignite. 700 F is usually the fire point for most cooking oils. Using a stove-top burner for everyday cooking will not raise the oil temperature anywhere near that high (it will usually be in the 300F range)

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