You’re going to love cooking with beef tallow. You can fry it, bake with it, and basically use it for any savory dish that requires cooking oil.Try it for your next omelet. Sauté fresh greens with a little garlic, sea salt, freshly ground pepper, and beef tallow for a new spin on green leafy vegetables. Use it to make an out-of-this-world crust for your pies. And, we've done the work for you! Our craft butchers have melted and strained the fat and created a clean and smooth product.
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Health Benefits of Beef Tallow
Beef tallow isn’t just more flavorful and a better option for high-heat cooking, it offers some surprising health benefits.
Boosts your immune health – with unprocessed fats like beef tallow in your diet, it’s easier for your body to absorb fat-soluble vitamins that support your immune system.
Rich in nutrients – not only does it help you absorb more nutrients from your food, but beef tallow is also rich in vitamins A, D, E, K, and B1.
+ Reduces inflammation – tallow contains conjugated linoleic acid, which is a natural anti-inflammatory.
+ May help protect the body from infection – one of the fatty acids in beef tallow – palmitoleic acid – possesses fantastic antimicrobial properties, which may help to ward off infections.
+ Good for your nervous system – tallow is high in choline, a nutrient that supports the nervous system. Also, the healthy fatty acids help to protect nerve cells.
+ Helps the body burn fat – consuming healthy fats stimulates the release of glucagon, the hormone that signals to your body it’s time to burn stored fat to use for energy.
+ Softer skin – the saturated fat found in tallow nourishes your skin’s cell membranes, which helps to keep skin smooth. You can also use tallow on your skin as a natural moisturizer!
+ Protects your body from free radical damage – not only are you avoiding the free radicals that your body would have to deal with if you cooked with some vegetable oils, but tallow is also rich in vitamin E, which helps to protect your cells from free radical damage.