The term “fat” is a generic term that is also referred to as “lipid” in scientific terms. Fats or lipids are a very diverse group of chemicals but they have one similarity in that they dissolve in non-polar solvents and are not soluble in polar solvents such as water. There are a variety of test methods for fats, but generally the method can be broken down into “crude” or total fats.
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