Here are a few key ways you can use this special tallow to meet your real foodie needs:
Incredible for cooking and baking: Fatworks Buffalo Tallow makes for light, crispy sautéed and fried dishes, like stir fries and chicken. You can also use it for a heartier stew or in baking, for melt-in-your-mouth, flaky pie crusts.
Neutral taste: If you’re trying to get the benefits of traditional beef tallow but just can't "get into" the taste, this Buffalo Tallow will likely satisfy you. It tastes nothing like bison and melds perfectly with whatever dish you’re creating.
Make your own lotion: For DIY lotion and soap makers, mix Buffalo Tallow with essential oils and you've got yourself a balmy moisturizer.
What is tallow?
Tallow is another fantastic form of animal fat that’s gaining traction for its healthy, nourishing properties.* Specifically, tallow is rendered suet, which is the fat that surrounds the organs of the buffalo, typically the kidneys. It’s solid, golden in color and can be melted down to meet your foodie needs.
Popular among the Paleo community, buffalo tallow has been a part of the Native American diet for generations.