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Fat, beef tallow

Fat, beef tallow

Fun FactsFor high heat cooking this is one of the best fats because it remains stable with a high smoke point and you will avoid generating free radicals. Beef tallow is protective against metastatic breast tumors.

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Lard

Lard

Fun FactsLard — rendered pig fat — was what people used when they needed to make pastry; when dinner needed frying; and even as a quick breakfast, eaten smeared on a piece of bread. Mexican tamales

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Shortening, household, lard and vegetable oil

Shortening, household, lard and vegetable oil

Fun Facts100 grams of Shortening, household, lard and vegetable oil contain no protein, 100 grams of fat, no carbohydrates, and no fiber. You have 900 calories from 100 grams of Shortening, household, lard and vegetable oil,

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Shortening frying (heavy duty), beef tallow and cottonseed

Shortening frying (heavy duty), beef tallow and cottonseed

Fun Facts100 grams of Shortening frying (heavy duty), beef tallow and cottonseed contain no protein, 100 grams of fat, no carbohydrates, and no fiber. You have 900 calories from 100 grams of Shortening frying (heavy duty),

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Shortening industrial, lard and vegetable oil

Shortening industrial, lard and vegetable oil

Fun Facts100 grams of Shortening industrial, lard and vegetable oil contain no protein, 100 grams of fat, no carbohydrates, and no fiber. You have 900 calories from 100 grams of Shortening industrial, lard and vegetable oil,

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Fish oil, menhaden, fully hydrogenated

Fish oil, menhaden, fully hydrogenated

Fun Facts902 calories per 100g of “Fish oil, menhaden, fully hydrogenated” amount to 45% of a daily intake of 2000 calories, but your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. “Fish

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Fat, chicken

Fat, chicken

Fun FactsThe chicken has been domesticated for 8,000 years. 4,000 years ago the Egyptians built brick incubators which could hold 10,000 chickens at a time. There are more chickens on earth than humans. The average hen lays 300

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Fat, goose

Fat, goose

Fun FactsBelgians originally brewed saisons for farmers and day laborers. Wolcott said it was “considered a nutritional and healthy beverage, and above all, it was sanitary.” Sofie is Goose Island’s Belgian style saison, aged in

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Fat, turkey

Fat, turkey

Fun FactsThe color of a turkey’s head and throat will change depending on his mood. A part of the turkey’s stomach, the gizzard, contains tiny stones to aid in digestion. Turkeys form strong social bonds with their

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Fat, mutton tallow

Fat, mutton tallow

Fun FactsTexas, Wyoming and California are the U.S. states with the highest number of sheep. More than two thirds of U.S. sheep are in the Southern Plains, Mountain and Pacific regions. The four main products from

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