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{Newsletter} Did you know that lard is about oleic acid, a monounsaturated fat also found in olive oil? Stop by my kitchen today and I'll tell you all about why I love lard, plus I'll show you a simple technique for rendering it at home.

Being frugal and doing something yourself go hand in hand. But I don’t have time to sit through complicated tutorials and I’m definitely not buying special equipment to get the job done if I can do it with what I have. And neither are you. Here are some of the how-to’s that I’ve learned soClick to Continue »

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How to render your own Lard

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I love lard. I love lard. And what’s sad is that lard has been given a very bad wrap for many years. Luckily after some time lard is finally making a comeback .

Wow! I didn't know that lard is about 45% oleic acid, the "heart healthy" monounsaturated fat also found in olive oil. This post shares a si...

How To Render Lard In A Crock Pot

Render Lard in a Crock Pot Wow! I didn't know that lard is about oleic acid, the "heart healthy" monounsaturated fat also found in olive oil. This post shares a simple technique for making it at home.

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How to Render Lard the Right Way (Snow White, Odorless) - My Humble Kitchen . Crockpot - could I make rillettes this way too, if so yummm!

How (and Why) To Render Your Own Lard: Pastured lard = monounsaturated fat, high in Vitamin D, high smoke point, less absorption into food when used for frying, excellent for flaky baked goods...

How (and Why) To Render Your Own Lard: Pastured lard = monounsaturated fat, high in Vitamin D, high smoke point, less absorption into food when used for frying, excellent for flaky baked goods.

How to Render Your Own Lard for Healthier Cooking. . . we do this often for donuts and pies. Love it!!

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