What do you do with your Fry Daddy grease. . .

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  1. TheSubdude

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    . . .when it's time to switch it out for some new grease?

    I usually pour mine on a kitten, but since it's the holidays and all I'm looking for a better way to dispose of it. There's no recycling of this sort in my area.

    Any ideas?
     
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  2. Z-Man

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    When I was a kid, my Boy Scout troop would catch fish and fry them up. Afterwards, we'd pour the grease on an old stump and set it on fire. The stump would burn all night!
     
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  3. r2473

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    That was pretty good.

    I pour mine in the trash in some form or another. Last time, I poured it into a leaf bag.
     
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  4. ryangoring

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    Do you all filter it as well?
    Well I'm lucky that we have a place to dispose of the unusable oil.
    After it cools off put it in a old container and then throw it out in the garbage.
     
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  5. jazzyfunkybluesy

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    I just dump it out back.
     
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  6. TheSubdude

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    I guess I'll put it in the next milk jug I empty and put it in the trash. I miss living in the country where you could just pour it out back.
     
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  7. ttbrowne

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    Mom used to pour it on weeds. Same with used motor oil.
     
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  8. Fee

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    I filter it while its still warm, let it cool, then use it as pomade for my hair to achieve the wet look without it getting all sticky.
     
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  9. albino smurf

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    keep a little to add to your new oil. you always want to mix a little broken down oil in with your new oil. this allows your food to brown while frying.

    for storing your old oil, get a big glass jar and fill it. then when it is full whip it at someone you hate.
     
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  10. Dedans Penthouse

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    use it as hair pomade
     
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