So I have a recipe that asks for leaf lard. I'm definitely not new to semi-gourmet cooking but I've never cooked with lard and don't know the difference between regular lard and leaf lard. And even if I knew what the difference was, I don't know where to find it. Dallas is a big city, I can't imagine that I can't find it but I'm not interested in taking a tour of the city/area to find it. Anyone know where I can find it and can tell me what the difference is?
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Substitutes: lard leaves = barding strips = lardons = leaf lard Substitutes: sliced fatback
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I saw that one, it even looks like it's not leaf lard. I have ordered from the etsy store called "fannie and flo" 3 times now and it has been an excellent product, and they offer full refund if you're not happy. It is pure leaf lard for sure. I ordered the tallow from there too and it was really very nice.