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    Any benefits to consuming suet over tallow?

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    I mean they are essentially the same thing, but does rendering change its nutritional profile. I ran out of coconut oil, can't tolerate butter, and currently am to lazy to render it. Could I just consume as it is? i really need a fat source.

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    Rendering doesn't change its nutritional profile as long as temps are kept low (<250F)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreaReina View Post
    Rendering doesn't change its nutritional profile as long as temps are kept low (<250F)
    I definitely think there's benefits to consuming it raw. For one, you don't have to waste time cooking.

    Also I've read a lot about heat created toxins.

    It also makes sense that if the omega 3 in flax seed oil goes bad when cooked, that the same would happen when cooking omega 3 containing foods.

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    I think it won't keep as long if you don't render it. The tissues rot.


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