In the search for fossil-fuel alternatives for automobiles, some are turning to hydrogen power, some to electric power and some to… fish oil?
Apparently, a new kind of fuel is emerging called biodiesel, which this article describes as “a mixture of around 20 percent vegetable oil and 80 percent diesel.” However, CancerWEB Online Medical dictionary’s definition of biodiesel indicates that alternatives to vegetable oil include microalgae oils and even animal fats. According to the article, a Canadian company is already selling this, albeit using a special recipe:
Wilson Fuels, a Nova Scotia company, is already marketing biodiesel fuel. However, it uses fish oil instead of vegetable oil.
Sounds like the PERFECT idea for all that health-food grade fish oil out there!