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tal·low

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

(tăl′ō)
Fat obtained from suet, the solid fat of certain ruminants.
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Cunha et al (2009) measured the flash point of pure biodiesel from beef tallow was 156.070C.
Average daily gain (ADG, kg/d) and average daily feed intake (ADFI, kg/d) were significantly higher (p<0.05) in the beef tallow group than in the coconut oil group.
Beef tallow was obtained from Kanto Chemical (Tokyo, Japan).
The cowboys ate their biscuits plain, with gravy, or spread with a mixture of beef tallow and sorghum molasses called "Charlie Taylor."
Successful utilization of beef tallow in biodiesel would create a new marketing opportunity and reduce waste in the processing industry, he adds.
was probably mutton or beef tallow, with a melting point of 49.5[degrees]C.
in beef tallow, but switched to vegetable oils due to health concerns.
By chemically linking the ester to a saturated fat from beef tallow, Timothy P.
One claimed McDonald's chips are part-cooked in beef tallow, frozen, flown across the world and fried again.
Yesterday, the Advertising Standards Authority upheld complaints about the added salt not being mentioned but agreed with McDonald's thattheir chips were gluten-free andnotcooked in beef tallow.
Nuggets are cooked more often in beef tallow than in vegetable oil.