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    Quote Originally Posted by 5555 View Post
    Does Palm free VG mean it's derived from Soy instead?

    Can anyone taste the difference?
    It can be soy, or a range of vegetable oils including coconut. There may be some difference in flavour and some oils are not suitable for making food grade product. For example, rapeseed oil can be used for producing bio diesel, but doesn't seem to be used for making glycerin. Commercial operations for coconut and Soy will most likely use solvents (Hexanes) for the oil extraction. Palm kernel oil is extracted simply by steaming and pressing - it's a much more efficient method of extraction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    It can be soy, or a range of vegetable oils including coconut. There may be some difference in flavour and some oils are not suitable for making food grade product. For example, rapeseed oil can be used for producing bio diesel, but doesn't seem to be used for making glycerin. Commercial operations for coconut and Soy will most likely use solvents (Hexanes) for the oil extraction. Palm kernel oil is extracted simply by steaming and pressing - it's a much more efficient method of extraction.
    Food grade USP VG from other vegetable oils are still derived using the hydrolysis method (same as palm). Though, certain vegetable oil extraction is by solvents etc. Sorry, its reads for me as for non palm VG, production from solvents but I am a little weird. All good, carry on...

    https://www.ams.usda.gov/sites/defau...0TR%202013.pdf
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    There is a new store we've discovered doing clean VG, of all places it comes from eBay .... (don't knock it till you try it people)

    I've personally used it and its as clean as Aussie e cigs but priced similar to base drop, $19.99 shipped for 1-liter or 5-liters for just over $50 shipped.

    1 Litre Vegetable Glycerine (VG) USP (FOOD & PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE) | eBay

    Atm I juggle between this store and Aussie e cigs, they're slightly different but equally as good IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eLicky View Post
    There is a new store we've discovered doing clean VG, of all places it comes from eBay .... (don't knock it till you try it people)

    I've personally used it and its as clean as Aussie e cigs but priced similar to base drop, $19.99 for 1-liter or 5-liters for just over $50 shipped.

    1 Litre Vegetable Glycerine (VG) USP (FOOD & PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE) | eBay

    Atm I juggle between this store and Aussie e cigs, they're slightly different but equally as good IMO.
    Good spotto eLicky, I see aussie has dropped his price down to $15.30 for a liter of VG, he must have found out about your eBay lead as well lol.

    Competition is good for all of us...!!

    https://www.aussie-ecigs.com/collect...able-glycerine
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    Quote Originally Posted by emu View Post
    Good spotto eLicky, I see aussie has dropped his price down to $15.30 for a liter of VG, he must have found out about your eBay lead as well lol.

    Competition is good for all of us...!!

    https://www.aussie-ecigs.com/collect...able-glycerine
    I still use Aussie e cigs, I find his VG sits better in my stomach because some VG gives me cramps (which is a personal thing).

    But the store I mentioned is legit for those wanting a base drop alternative, quality stuff.

    I will not use base drop anymore, too much drama with quality consistency.
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    It shouldn't surprise anyone that I gave SVS aka GoVape a try.
    I got 2L of each, which will last me quite a while.
    The packing left a little to be desired.
    The actual bases were clear and tasteless.
    I have used several tankfulls.
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