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Do people still cook with lard


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In reply to an earlier post on Dec 17, 2012 9:00:31 AM PST
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Posted on Dec 18, 2012 7:30:33 PM PST
JanReither says:
I have bought leaf lard, which is the fat around the kidneys of the pig. I have checked it all out and bought it. It made the perfect pie crust with half lard and half butter. Totally, unbelievable difference in my pie crust. The other lard has a pork taste. I didn't realize whole foods sold this product. I will have to check it out. I have rendered it myself, not a big deal. It's like that go back and forth on eggs: they are good for you, they are bad for you. They change every year. Thanks for listening, you will never know till you try. Jan

Posted on Jan 13, 2013 8:08:41 PM PST
I cook with lard - the good stuff from pastured pigs, chockful of vitmains A, D3 and loads of CLA.

Also with bacon grease from similarly-raised animals.

And coconut oil, butter and tallow also get used for cooking.

Raw, I use EVOO, butter, avocado oil and some sesame oil.

I buy a safflower mayo, but homemade is better; safflower is pretty omega-6 heavy. But we don't use much and safflower mayo is the only non-GMO mayo I can buy, so I do.

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