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Grass Fed Tallow

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tzanghi Jan 20, 2013 03:38 AM

Anyone know where I can find grass-fed beef tallow either in the city or in South Jersey?

On a side note, if you know where I can find any of the rarer animal fats(e.g., lamb tallow, duck fat), preferably grass-fed or pastured, I'd love to know! The only thing I've found so far was duck fat at D'angelo Bros. in South Philly.

Thanks!

  1. caganer Jan 20, 2013 07:29 AM

    The Fair Food stand at the Reading Market might be a good place to look for grass fed tallow - I say so because they have relationships with a few farms producing grass-fed beef, maybe they can order it. They also have really good leaf lard from Stryker Farm (also regular lard from some place else, but its flavor is stronger and not as nice.)
    Guinta's in the Reading Market sells rendered duck fat.

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