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May 25, 1935

Committee on Foods

JAMA. 1935;104(21):1909. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760210041012

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Abstract

BAUMGARTEN'S PROCESS ALLISON COTTONSEED FLOUR, PARTIALLY DEFATTED, COOKED 

Manufacturer.—  The Schulenburg Oil Mill, Schulenburg, Texas.

Description.—  Partially defatted, cooked, cottonseed flour.

Manufacture.—  Choice cottonseed is cleaned, freed from lint and hulls, passed between steel rolls, and cooked in four consecutive cookers, in each of which the mass is cooked for twenty minutes, the temperature of the fourth cooker being from 114 to 116 C. A large portion of the oil is expressed from the cooked material by hydraulic pressure. The resulting "cake" is cooled, ground fine, bolted, and packed in sacks.

Calories.—  3.9 per gram; 111 per ounce.

Nontoxicity.—  Feeding experiments with rats indicate the absence of toxicity in cottonseed flour processed according to this method.

Claims of Manufacturer.—  Rich in high quality protein and vitamins B and G. Free from toxic form of gossypol.

(1) STAYSWEET LIGHT CREAM  (Sterilized)

(2) STAYSWEET HEAVY CREAM  (Sterilized)

Distributor.—  Seggerman Nixon Corporation, New

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