prepared suet

pre·pared su·et

the internal fat of the abdomen of the sheep, Ovis aries, purified by melting and straining; formerly used in pharmacy in making ointments.
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Commercially prepared suet cakes fit neatly into these baskets and homemade lard and peanut butter cakes can be cut into sizable chunks.
The many extras of a winter feeding station include water offered from a shallow pan and heated with an electric heater to keep it from freezing; squirrel baffles that install both above and below each feeder; different seeds such as safflower seed, peanut hearts, and specialty foods like commercially prepared suet cakes with dried fruit inside, or whole dried ears of corn, or whole peanuts on a string.