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Food and Meat Co-Op SW Idaho

OVERSTOCK Grass Fed Beef Fat

OVERSTOCK Grass Fed Beef Fat

Regular price $72.59 USD
Regular price $51.75 USD Sale price $72.59 USD
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This is an overstock item, so it will not have a VIP discount.

Reason these are overstock: She is cleaning out her own freezers and had a surplus of grassfed offal - so it's time to grab your favorite organ meats that are super high quality and support local! I told her our group would TOTALLY LOVE to have this discount local grassfed buying opportunity!


Grass fed, alfalfa finished, all natural (no added hormones, antibiotic and steroid free) from the fantast Golden Hour Farm in Cache Valley Utah!  This beef is 100% vaccine free.

 With this super high quality beef fat, you can render out your own tallow.  It's incredibly nutritious and has so many uses besides cooking.  Check out all the ways you can use this wonderful fat:

  1. Frying and Sautéing: Tallow's high smoke point and stability make it an excellent choice for frying and sautéing. Whether you're frying chicken, potatoes, or vegetables, tallow helps achieve a crispy and golden texture.

  2. Roasting: Brush or drizzle tallow over vegetables, meats, and poultry before roasting. Its rich flavor enhances the taste of roasted dishes and helps create a deliciously caramelized exterior.

  3. Baking: Tallow can be used in baking to add moisture and flavor to baked goods. It's often used in pie crusts, biscuits, and other baked pastries for a rich and tender texture.

  4. Cooking Meats: Tallow can be used to cook meats such as steaks and roasts, providing extra flavor and aiding in browning.

  5. Seasoning Cast Iron: Tallow is an excellent option for seasoning cast iron cookware. Its high smoke point and durable properties help create a non-stick surface on the pan.

  6. Candles and Soap Making: Tallow is traditionally used for making candles and soap due to its firm consistency and slow burn. It can add a creamy texture to soaps and produce candles with a warm, natural glow.

  7. Skin and Hair Care: In skincare, tallow is known for its moisturizing properties. Some people use it as a natural moisturizer or lip balm, believing it can help hydrate and nourish the skin.

  8. Leather Conditioning: Tallow has been used historically to condition and protect leather items, such as shoes, bags, and saddles. It can help maintain the suppleness and durability of leather.

  9. Homemade Cosmetics: Tallow can be used in DIY cosmetics, such as balms, salves, and body butters, due to its moisturizing and soothing properties.

  10. Candle Making: Tallow can be used as a traditional ingredient for making candles, often blended with other fats or oils to create unique candle formulations.

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