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  • ILikePigButts
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    You deserve a Nobel Peace Prize for this

  • johnec00
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    Buffalo Wild Wings still fries using only beef tallow.

  • Sweaty Paul
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    Only difference is I strained mine through a fine mesh sieve with cheese cloth after using a spider to get rid of the larger cooked chunks.

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  • xaugievike
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    well there you go. Thanks pkadare!

  • pkadare
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    https://happymoneysaver.com/how-to-render-beef-tallow/

  • pkadare
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    FYI - https://blog.cheapism.com/why-mcdona...-to-be-better/

  • xaugievike
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    I've never made tallow before. is there a link to a how-to (I searched the recipe side)? is it as simple as rendering fat in a pan and pouring it into a jar? how long does it keep?

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  • rwhfly
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    These are approximate amounts as I wing it and taste.

    For 1/2 cup lard or tallow I add some of the below:
    1/2 tsp dried basil
    1/2 tsp dried parsley
    1/2 tsp minced garlic
    1/2 tsp dried thyme
    1/8 tsp dried oregano

    1/8 tsp ground black pepper
    1/8 teaspoon dried crushed rosemary
    1/8 tsp salt

    Salt is the only required ingredient in my opinion. I usually go with thyme, oregano or rosemary and sometimes add black pepper or garlic. Vary amount by how strong you want the herb taste. You can always add more by remelting.

    When it tastes right make the candle in a bowl and pass at dinner. Just tilt and drip onto bread, potatoes, meat, etc.

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  • rwhfly
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    One important point - Use a bowl tallow/lard and just tilt to pour off onto slice of bread (or potatoes or whatever)

  • Ahumadora
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    Texas Lube

  • Sweaty Paul
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    Seriously? If so details please.

  • texastweeter
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    Texas chapstick

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  • RonB
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    Most of the fast food chains used to fry with beef tallow, but the food police put a stop to that...

  • texastweeter
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    Beef tallow and taters go together like spring break and the taste of suntan lotion!

  • Steve B
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    Dude. Are you kidding???
    I think I just. 😬😀😍😁
    What an awesome idea. And the aroma in the house. Wow. 👊👊

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