US Wellness Meats loves Beef Tallow because of its diversity. It can be used to cook or fry. It can also be added to vegetables or ground beef to increase flavor. Nutrition Pastry Chefs love Beef Tallow for baking savory dishes. You can also use Beef Tallow to make your own pemmican, candles, or soap.
The large (5 gallon) bucket is ready for commercial or home use. However, food buying groups, restaurants, gyms, and soap makers may benefit more by purchasing the large (5 gallon) bucket of Beef Tallow. It has not been bleached, deodorized, hydrogenated, or altered.
Discover the health benefits of cooking with omega 3 and CLA-rich grass-fed tallow! US Wellness Meats’ Beef Tallow (sometimes known as lard) is simply rendered beef suet. It is naturally pure white to light yellow in color and has omega 6:3 ratios which are similar to fish.
When comparing fats for cooking and consumption, remember; all fats are not created equal. Conjugated Linoleic Acid or (CLA) is an omega-6 fatty acid (naturally occurring trans fat) found primarily in Beef and Dairy. Studies have shown these fats may provide a whole host of health benefits. These are very different from the trans fats found in manufactured hydrogenated vegetable oils which have been linked to inflammation and obesity.
The reason why grass-fed is important in this regard is because the amounts of CLA present depends significantly on what the animals eat. By most estimates, grass-fed and grass-finished beef and dairy can be 300-500% richer in CLA than grain-fed animals.
Each 5 Gallon Bucket of Beef Tallow averages 36 pounds.
If you would like more information on rendering, usages, and storage of Beef Tallow, read US Wellness Meats’ Tallow Blog Page.
All of US Wellness Meats’ beef products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished.
Shipping: Beef Tallow (5 gallon bucket) ships separately from frozen items. It is shipped via FedEx Ground Service and delivery is expected within 3-7 days.
NOTE: We no longer ship 5-Gallon Tallow Buckets to Puerto Rico due to extremely high shipping costs.