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Lamb Tallow - 2 lbs.

SKU: 20297
Availability: In stock
$12.99
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6+
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$9.89
$9.34

You can use Lamb Tallow as an alternative for shortening, lard, or Beef Tallow. You can also add Lamb Tallow to meat and vegetable dishes for added flavor with all the health benefits of grass-fed fat.

Lamb Tallow has a high smoking point and is wonderful for high heat cooking and frying. It can also be used for soap and candle making.

US Wellness Meats simply renders Lamb Suet to make Lamb Tallow- it has not been bleached, deodorized, hydrogenated, or altered.

Each pail averages 2 pounds.

All of US Wellness Meats’ lamb products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. If you would like more information, visit US Wellness Meats’ blog.

You can use Lamb Tallow as an alternative for shortening, lard, or Beef Tallow. You can also add Lamb Tallow to meat and vegetable dishes for added flavor with all the health benefits of grass-fed fat.

Lamb Tallow has a high smoking point and is wonderful for high heat cooking and frying. It can also be used for soap and candle making.

US Wellness Meats simply renders Lamb Suet to make Lamb Tallow- it has not been bleached, deodorized, hydrogenated, or altered.

Each pail averages 2 pounds.

All of US Wellness Meats’ lamb products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. If you would like more information, visit US Wellness Meats’ blog.

Lamb Tallow is not highly perishable.

Lamb Tallow will keep for years in a freezer and months in a refrigerator.

The USDA requires a frozen sticker because US Wellness Meats does not use preservatives or additives.  

Lamb Tallow can be unrefrigerated for a month without any issues. However, at some point, the surface will begin to oxidize.

For long term storage, US Wellness Meats recommends freezing.

 



US Wellness Meats ships on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday every week. Deliveries are expected to arrive within 24-48 hours from the shipping date. 

Orders shipped via FedEx ground or express service will receive a FedEx tracking number after the order ships. 

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Not what I was expecting
This is my very first time ever having an animal fat to utilize in cooking. This lamb tallow came on time and frozen with my other items. When it thawed a bit in my fridge, I scooped some out to assess it. It was pure white, kind of flaky, and had somewhat of a wierd scent. To be honest, the smell of the lamb tallow was not appetizing. I don't know if that scent is the norm, but it is unfortunate that I bought 2 pails with the idea that tallow is a healthy alternative for cooking and frying foods. I haven't opened the beef tallow yet to check it, but I know that I wasted my money on the lamb tallow because the smell is just not appetizing.
From: Ifeoma | Date: 2/21/2016 6:48 PM
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Perfect
Tastes great and it has a yummy smell. Great alternative to beef tallow. Highly recommend.
From: Owen | Date: 2/26/2016 3:46 PM
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delicious
and makes some awesome soap.
From: Amanda | Date: 3/23/2016 6:10 PM
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Other Tallow Uses
My refrigerator is stocked with many containers of the pure white mutton tallow because US Wellness Meats sells the BEST tallow on the market.  Why? Because I would be afraid pure mutton tallow would not be available
I am a match shooter with handguns and rifles and make my own lube for lead bullets.  The major ingredient in my lube is your pure mutton tallow ONLY.  There are several other vendors of tallow but it is not your pure tallow with a long hydrocarbon chain mainly of triglycerides (fat), whose major constituents are derived from stearic and oleic acids ... that makes for excellent lube

A historical use reference for tallow was ... Early in the development of steam-driven piston engines, the hot vapors and liquids washed away most lubricants very quickly. It was soon found that tallow was quite resistant to this washing. Tallow and compounds including tallow were widely used to lubricate locomotive and steamship engines at least until the 1950s.

Thanks for your excellent tallow!
From: John | Date: 7/23/2016 1:15 PM
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