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tal·low

(tal'ō),
The rendered fat from mutton suet.

tallow

[tal′ō]
1 a hard fat obtained from the bodies of ruminant animals such as cattle and sheep and used in soaps and lubricants.
2 a vegetable fat obtained from plants, such as the wax myrtle.

tallow

(tăl′ō)
Fat obtained from suet, the solid fat of certain ruminants.

tallow

natural, hard fat taken from cattle or sheep. It is used in prepared animal feeds to act as a binder and reduce dust. It has a high calorific value and is palatable to pigs and poultry.
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Cunha et al (2009) determined density of pure biodiesel from beef tallow was 0.
05) in the beef tallow and coconut oil groups compared with the olive oil group.
Beef tallow was obtained from Kanto Chemical (Tokyo, Japan).
It explained that beef tallow had not be used in the UK since 1993 and said the ad "was not intended to be a literal and comprehensive statement of all processes involved".
2] Seven vegetable oils (soybean oil, rapeseed oil, palm oil, rice bran oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, and safflower oil) and four animal fats (hog grease, beef tallow, fish oil, and butter) were included in this study.
Though it can cook like lard, beef tallow and hydrogenated vegetable oils, it won't pass through the intestinal walls to contribute any calories or artery-clogging saturated lipids as those fats do.
Now, with the exception of Roy Rogers (which uses beef tallow for its fries), vegetable oil is the standard, showing that progress can be made.
That quote, and several others like it, offered me tacit approval to start testing beef tallow (fat).
Buffalo fries its wings--and its french fries--in beef tallow.
Beacon's biodiesel efforts are centered around the utilization and processing of lower-grade feedstocks, primarily animal fats such as beef tallow, choice white grease and poultry fat.
Unlike the ethanol and biodiesel industries, which use food ingredients such as corn and soybean oil to produce fuel, officials say the Dynamic Fuels project will primarily use non-food grade animal fats produced or procured by Tyson Foods, such as beef tallow, pork lard, chicken fat and greases.