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suet

 [soo´et]
the fat from the abdominal cavity of ruminants, especially the sheep, used in preparing cerates and ointments and as an emollient.

su·et

(sū'et),
The hard fat around the kidneys of cattle and sheep; when rendered it yields tallow.

suet

/su·et/ (soo´et) the fat from the abdominal cavity of ruminants, especially the sheep, used in preparing cerates and ointments and as an emollient.

suet

hard, raw fat from a beef carcass sold for cooking.
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The famous Scottish food writer Meg Dods described a Haggis Royal which contained no offal but 3lb of best min ced leg of mutton, with beef suet and beef marrow, breadcrumbs, anchovies, eggs, red wine, parsley and cayenne.
Putting out grated lamb or beef suet may attract the greater spotted woodpeckers and tinned cat or dog food is ideal, cheap and nutritious as is cooked potatoes and cooked brown or white rice all loved by starlings.
Sunday, wind and tackle permitting, they will try to outdo themselves by lifting three times the earlier weight while employing such original materials as wood, beef suet and hemp.
He developed a haggis for export without beef suet to beat the EU ban.
Of course, mincemeat used to actually contain meat (usually beef or mutton), hence the name, alongside the currants and raisins, mixed spices, lemons, sugar and beef suet we are familiar with today.
The company now produces 20 tonnes a week of shredded vegetable and beef suet from the plant and aims to boost this to 50 tonnes in two years, according to Mr Rice.
According to sales data from retail analysts TNS over the last 12 weeks: bread flour sales were up by 11%, self-raising flour by 6%, caster sugar by 12%, treacle by 55%, beef suet by 17% and sweet mincemeat up 8%.
What's the difference between beef suet and beef fat?