Armour Lard Pail, 4 lb
- Refrigeration not required, USDA inspected
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Armour Lard Pail, 4 lb
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Well, this is what you want to fry with, or butter, another natural fat our bodies require for good health. Throw out your icky canola and vegetable oil and fry with lard. More expensive? Yes, but a little lard goes a long way. For potatoes try this: Cast iron skillet, pre-warmed to medium-hi, a tablespoon of lard. Microwave 2 potatoes until they are just shy of being fully cooked, slice them as you like, season as you like (Sea salt, garlic, dried peppers, paprika for me), toss them in and cook for about 10 minutes turning heat down to medium. While cooking, get your broiler going. Add some more paprika, pop under broiler for 5 minutes or under browned to taste. From the first bite you will wonder how you ever cooked with anything else. Give your body the fats it is designed to consume: animal fats. I also take almost cooked vegetables and give them a quick stir-fry in my cast iron. I can do 24 ozs of veggies with just an 1/8 of a cup or less. But for french fries, chicken, fish, hush puppies, the taste can't be beat. Try it.
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