Ok, so I'm apparently sensitive to more than a small amount of coconut oil, so I'm always looking for good animal fats to cook in. I use ghee, duckfat, organic lard, etc. I'm currently trying to work on getting some grassfed beef tallow and/or suet to render. In the meantime, I was browning some grassfed ground beef tonight and I wondered...wouldn't it work to save the drained fat in a jar in the fridge, and use for cooking veggies, eggs, etc? I couldn't think of a reason why it wouldn't work...but I don't recall hearing of anyone else doing it.
So how bout it? Do you do it? Would you?
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