beef tallow


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Noun1.beef tallow - tallow obtained from a bovine animal
tallow - obtained from suet and used in making soap, candles and lubricants
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With axe and shovel you explore this mine, and follow the marrowy store, yellow as beef tallow, or as if you had struck on a vein of gold, deep into the earth.
McDonald's and other chains announced that they would use vegetable oil rather than beef tallow to fry their french fries, and most food manufacturers had abandoned tropical oils.
Until the early 1990s, if you wanted a solid fat for your pie crust, you had to choose between lard, butter, or beef tallow.
Though its menu is splattered with disasters like the Big Country Breakfast, the chain is one of the few in the burger business to cook its french fries in vegetable oil rather than beef tallow.
Blending of bio-diesel from various feedstocks, including other vegetable oils and beef tallow, may occur in the future.
What happens if a food contains cholesterol-cutting oat bran, but also hasd cholesterol-raising butter, coconut oil, eggs, lard, beef tallow, palm oil, or cream?
Judging by the ingredients, Betty must think cake lovers are also lovers of palm oil, beef tallow, and lard.
Lard, beef tallow and animal fat shortenings are so much a part of the season that the holiday wouldn't be complete without them," said Eric Gustafson, CEO of the 93-year-old company.
Different types of animal fats such as beef tallow, mutton tallow, and lard are used in the production of tallow fatty acids.
Buffalo fries its wings--and its french fries--in beef tallow.
Fat sources used in the present study were beef tallow, coconut oil, olive oil, and soybean oil, which were added to a concentration of 3.
A friend told me about his grandma making a salve with clean pine sap and mutton or beef tallow, butter or lanolin.