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Tallow was smoking while rendering, still ok?

Commented on May 06, 2013
Created May 05, 2013 at 11:04 PM

Last night I took out a chunk of beef suet from my fridge, diced it up with a knife, and put it in my crock put on high. I left it like this all night and when I woke up it was all liquid with the crunchies but it was apparent that it had been smoking for some time.

Have I destroyed my tallow or is it still safe to consume?

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It smells kind of smoky but looks pretty good. I'm worried about the oxidation of fat that may have occurred basically making it inflammatory.

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on May 06, 2013
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If it doesn't look too offensive, smells & tastes good, I'd probably give it a go.

That being said I made my own recently; refilled with a little water, got back to it when it dissolved and drank it as soup :)

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on May 06, 2013
at 03:04 PM

It smells kind of smoky but looks pretty good. I'm worried about the oxidation of fat that may have occurred basically making it inflammatory.

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