Tassie Tallow

Tassie Tallow - Tasmanian Grass-Fed Beef Dripping - 500mL

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Dripping (body fat) from Tasmania's finest grass-fed beef. Presented by a beautiful golden liquid when melted this beef dripping enhances the flavour of your food while adding a gentle hint of beef.

Fantastic value for dietary cooking or the good ol' deep fryer; take it from the experts in frying because fast-food outlets used to dip their chips in this fat prior to the emergence of vegetable oils!

We love frying, sauteing and searing with this fat due to its high smoke point at approx. 200 degrees.
High-temperature cooking is perfect for fried or scrambled eggs, bacon, roasted vegetables or sauteed mushrooms and garden greens.


Most importantly:
A great source of omega-3 & 6 fatty acids in the form of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) which is higher in our grass-fed beef compared to grain-fed.
Also, rich in vitamins A, E, D, K & B1.

Shelf life:
Approx. 12 months at room temperature.
Keep in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
Or, store in the fridge for a longer lasting shelf life.
Note: keep free from foreign foods or water to prolong stability.

GROSS WEIGHT: Approx. 475g
NET WEIGHT: Approx. 448g

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    Heather M.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 months ago
    Fried food tastes so good

    We've all got to get back to how our ancestors cooked! Tasty food that's healthy. Cheap seed oils, which were originally used to oil machinery, are toxic to humans, and we can't metabolize them well at all. They cause inflammation, raised estrogen (cancer), diabetes and obesity, and are the main cause of the explosion in all chronic diseases. This dripping, the fat that comes out of meat from cooking, makes food taste good and I prefer it to tallow. My mother in the 50s and 60s reused this type of fat for all frying. Saturated fats don't oxidize and remain stable at high temps. The family remained healthy. Saturated fat has so many benefits and it's even anti-microbial! All my blood work and glucose levels have been perfect for decades eating ancestrally.

    2 months ago

    Such great feedback :) love it.

    Yes, i remember my first job was in a fish and chip shop. We used beef drippings in the fryers. Delicious and nutritious :)

    Thank you for taking the time to share, we really appreciate it.

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