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Armour, Lard Carton, 1-Pound (48 Pack)

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About the Product
  • Package contains forty eight, 1-pound packs (total of 48-pounds)
  • It is a valuable and low-cost addition to the diet

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Armour, lard carton, 1-pound (48 pack) makes pie crust so flaky, tender and so rich. It is 97% digestible as digestible as butterfat. Almost completely utilized by the body. It is a valuable and low-cost addition to the diet.

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  • ASIN: B001SB5ZRS
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #670,051 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Started using lard again, and I love this product. For the poster that said that this product has partially hydrogenated fat, this is a quote from the ConAgra Foods (Armour) company, emailed to a customer who posts on proteinpower.com who inquired about their lard:

"Thank you for your email dated 5/1/2008. Armour Lard has .02% fully hydrogenated (zero % moisture) lard flakes added in the lard to make the end product more stable. I hope this answers your question. If you need more information please feel free to call me at (800) 456 1330.
David Short
Director of Sales
Armour Specialty Marketing"

Personally, in lieu of fresh rendered pork fat, which I do make and LOVE, using this product is a nice substitute when I don't have the fresh rendered stuff on hand.
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Lard, not hydrogenated, is FAR better for you then Crisco, margerine, Canola oil or any other Hydrogenated poison you may encounter. So yes...lard!
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There's more to lard than human food. I use lard in place of suet in a recipe for bird food. Birds have a different metabolism than humans and they thrive in a high-fat diet. This is an ideal product to provide them with a little food, and my recipe is wildly popular with a variety of birds. It never gets rancid, and will only melt above 95 degrees which is seldom found in my central California neighborhood. Therefore I feed every month of the year.
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What rolls down stairs alone or in pairs
Rolls over your neighbor's dog?
What's great for a snack and fits on your back?
It's Lard, Lard, Lard!

It's Lard, Lard, it's big, it's heavy, it's food.
It's Lard, Lard, it's better than bad, it's good!
Everyone wants a Lard! You're gonna love it, Lard!
Come on and get your Lard! Everyone needs a Lard!

from ARMOUR
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This lard is the BEST lard that you could EVER... wait... hold on a second... you can write up a review for lard? Wow. Really? Isn't that kind of weird? I mean... it's lard. Internet lard. FORTY EIGHT pounds of it, in fact. And you're going to have it shipped to your door? I mean, hey, it's none of my business, but maybe you should switch to a leaner diet or something, at least until we get the public health care thing sorted out. Still, it's pretty darned fine lard, I must say, so if you really must have 48 pounds of lard, I guess this is as good of a choice as any.
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