We've partnered with Fatworks to provide you with a premium, pasture raised Goose Fat.
It's spreadable like butter and has a high smoke point. Raised outdoors and free to roam, these are happy geese and it shows in the flavor.
It's time to get goosed! Popular goose fat recipes
In some parts of France, everyday cooking is still based on goose fat in the way that other parts of Europe and America rely on butter or oil.
Goose fat is milder than duck fat but carries a distinct flavor profile that will add to the quality of any of your dishes. Like duck fat, you can confit, sauté, bake, roast, baste, pan fry, deep fry and stew.
Slather your goose fat on fresh bread, roast potatoes with it for the ultimate comfort food, or use it in your go-to recipes for a rich layer of flavor.
And glorious goose fat has health benefits, too
Goose fat has more heart healthy monounsaturated (55 grams compared to 19.8 grams in butter) and polyunsaturated fats (10.8 grams compared to 2.6 grams in butter).* It also contains oleic acid C18.1, a specific type of monounsaturated fatty acid), which helps support blood cholesterol levels ( The Goose Fat Information Service).*