Category: History of Beef Tallow

America’s love affair with red meat: From farm to table to tallow

“Any of us would kill a cow, rather than not have beef” – Samuel Johnson, English writer. America has a years-long love affair with red meat. From the early years of the American colonization to the present, beef has been one of the top five food items consumed by Americans. As far as statistics goes, [...]

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Posted in History of Beef Tallow on Oct 15th, 2017, 2:03 am by soaplady     

Grass fed or grain fed beef? There’s the rub.

Grass fed or grain fed, what is the big deal, you might say. No, it is not an easy take. Grass fed beef is extremely different from its industrially-raised, grain fed counterpart. The beef raised in organic ways produces healthy tallow compared to the one raised with preventatives, pesticides and through inorganic means.
Beef has been [...]

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Posted in Beef Tallow Facts, History of Beef Tallow on Oct 7th, 2017, 2:05 pm by soaplady     

Animal fat is no garbage: 4 myths about tallow (and saturated fats)

The modern world treats animal fat as garbage and foods rich in animal fat as potentially harmful or dangerous. Every other ad or health journal or food recipe claims that saturated fat is bad for the body. Many health enthusiasts swear by unsaturated fats. Saturated fats are said to increase bad cholesterol and the rate [...]

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Posted in History of Beef Tallow on Sep 24th, 2017, 11:12 am by soaplady  2 comments   

How good (or bad) is your tallow? 4 important, beefed-up facts

There is a prevalent opinion that animal fat is obnoxious to human health. This is particularly said of lard or beef tallow, the rendered form of pig and cow fat. But this was not the scenario in the ancient times. Beef tallow and lard were very much in use among our ancestors, thanks to their [...]

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Posted in Beef Tallow Facts, History of Beef Tallow on Sep 3rd, 2017, 8:01 pm by soaplady     

Beef (brief) history: From Columbus cattle to Uncle Sam to U.S. lean steak

Many take beef to be just a plate of red meat heavy on saturated fats or something that can be made into candles and soaps by do-it-yourselfers (most of whom experiment with all kinds of homemade products). But that is just not it. Beef has shaped American history to a great extent. If you are [...]

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Posted in History of Beef Tallow on Aug 29th, 2017, 5:01 am by soaplady     

 

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