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Cooking Oil Tested as Auto Fuel

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Cooking Oil Tested as Auto Fuel

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In Britain, where a gallon of diesel fuel can cost $5, some people are experimenting with what they say are cheaper, cleaner-burning fuels — including cooking oil. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with John Nicholson, a director of the Bio-Power (UK) Network, an organization that researches alternative fuels.

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