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  • #16
    Originally posted by Hilary View Post
    The one thing lard does particularly well is condition the cast iron frying pan. More saturated fats are much more likely to stick. However, much as I'm concerned for my frying pan's health and wellbeing...
    Just use bacon fat for that.
    The Champagne of Beards

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    • #17
      If you don't want to use coconut oil or butter, check out US Wellness meats for tallow.

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      • #18
        Or check out FatWorks for beef tallow, duck fat and pork leaf lard. Great little company here in Oregon. They ship all over the country.

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        • #19
          Check out Alderspring Ranch Store as well. Organic, grass-fed, grass-finished, 5lb packages. Not as drastic as the 5 gallon bucket at US Wellness.

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          • #20
            I agree, beef tallow is great stuff. I prefer to use that over lard. But like mentioned, coconut oil is great too. We do almost all of our stove top cooking on a large cast iron skillet. 90% of the time we are cooking with tallow or coconut oil.

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