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Beef bacon fat. Same as pork bacon fat?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created September 03, 2012 at 7:21 PM

Hi ph

Searched beef bacon and nothing cameup...

Just made some beef bacon and I was wondering if the fat can be used/stored the same way Eas pork bacon fat. I poured it into a jar and it has some bits in there... Will those be an issue or do I have to strain it?

Starting on the w30 ma??ana and want to be able to add flavor to veggies.

Much thanks :)

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I'd store it in the fridge, seeing as homemade is lower in salt and nitrate free (good thing, just will spoil a bit quicker). Other than that, those little bits probably have flavour (just make sure it's not a burnt flavour). Add away.

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at 07:59 PM

Being that it is beef fat (tallow) it will have a significantly higher percentage of saturated fat vs pork fat. This would suggest that it would keep longer than lard (pork fat) and could be used in higher temperature cooking situations (ie. frying).

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