Hello. I'm new here. This is my first post. A neighbor told me about this website and suggested I visit it. I live in Tennessee, in a rural county on ten acres of land, which we have owned for about a year. We're escapees from a large city, and glad to be out of the urban jungle at last. We live in a small trailer. We'll build a home here someday, but right now, we're too busy developing the fruit orchard, planting extensive raised beds for vegetables, and building cost effective sheds to worry about building an expensive, stick built home, and picking up the mortgage that goes along with it. (Our trailer may be small, but it is clean, comfortable, and MORTGAGE FREE). The kids are older and have all left home. It's just me and my husband now. Well, enough of the introductions. I have a question that I am hoping somebody here might be able to answer. We have several oil lamps that we keep for emergency purposes. We bought ultra pure lamp oil, several gallons of it, and put it out in a storage shed. Come to find out, the oil froze during the ice storm we had last week. Anybody know if the oil is still good? Or what we should do about it? Thanks.