½ Price Pepes Rendered Duck Fat 200g $3.00 (Was $6.00) @ Woolworths
Looks like fat's back on the menu, thanks OP.
Next stop my thighs!!
Pretty sure there's a detour out your arse first.
Next stop my thighs!!
Next stop my thighs!!
That's not how it works, that's an invention of food marketers to get you to eat processed carbohydrates such as grains and sugar - which do actually add fat to the belly and butt.
Carbohydrate rich food also doesn't cause you to feel full early so it's a recipe for overeating. Which is why the food industry has everyone who listens to them start the day with unhealthy breakfast cereals.
It's amazing how much of people's beliefs about nutrition are formed by marketing (of course advertising doesn't effect anybody I'm just pointing out an amazing coincidence).
I start my mornings with a nice vat of duck lard
That's load of crap, carbohydrates do make you feel full. Most of the low carb loading are from those failing to take control of their weight and dieting habits and blame it from the easy target despite the basic fact that fat is 4 time more energy condense than the other two.
mmmmm…. Duck Fat Roast Potatoes..
Don't forget sweet potato, pumpkin, and Carrot, Zucchini, onion, etc.
Nice! I swear I was just saying the other day that these NEVER go on sale.
Reported to the mods.
Reported to the rockers.
I can't believe the by-products are more expensive than the source.
I can't believe it's not butter.
I cant believe it's not Butter!
How do you eat it, raw??
spread it on toast
Smear it on an anvil*
*An anvil Bill?
I chuck out my fat. Maybe I should start my own business selling it instead haha
You should make soap.
Breaking bad nostalgia
Reminds me of the many teachings of Fight Club
Dude! First rule!
Perfect time for Xmas dinner…
Duck fat, fat chips.
Feels good man
Why is this even a product?
It gives a different flavour to things you cook in it, compared to say vegetable oil or canola oil.
Once you try duck fat, you never go back….
Check the Geforce 1070 ozbargain deal if you want to improve your duck fat rendering.
Explains why scrooge has been looking a bit slim lately.
Duck Fat? F**K That!
I don't always render my duck fat but when I do…
You put it on your Pepe?
I just came here to learn how to use duck fat
people used to use dripping and lard in cooking. before they became health conscious …..
lard which is beef fat , was high smoke point and was used in most fish n chip shop deep fryers when i was a kid.
then people got health conscious, started using vegetable oils and now have less cardio vascular issues.
also i think the idea of using certain vegetable oils is they have a neutral taste so you taste the food eg roast potatoes rather than the fat it’s cooked in ….rice bran oils is current craze ….high smoke point and very neutral taste, much better than canola for shallow or deep frying.
Lard is pig fat, tallow is the one you're referring to.
and others have said lard is rendered pork fat and dripping is the fat that has dripped off a beef joint whilst roasting,although it can refer to other meats.You can buy blocks of dripping but they're not a patch on the real stuff off a joint.
Just so you know, vegetable oils are extracted at a very high heat point, which molecularly modifies the good oils, turning them carcinogenic. The whole, "stay away from fat" thing was based on a biased study by some idiot that had no idea what he was on about and wanted to prove himself. The heart foundation jumped on the bandwagon, everyone turned away from fat, got pumped full of sugar (carbs) instead and got fat as hell! Fat isn't bad for you if it is in its natural state without being heated beyond smoke point (e.g. coconut oil, avocados, butter, animal fats, etc)
Coconut oil is nearly all saturated fats, it's not exactly good for you
Used sparingly yeah it's fine, but you shouldn't be going nuts with it
@sp0rk: palm oils is manly saturated fat , can't use sparingly as it's in corn chips, doughnuts, biscuits, it's in most things now.
@sp0rk: Agree, coconut oil is greatly overstated in terms of benefits. Much better using olive oil
I go to google
Eneloops of the food world.
200g? i need to do my whole fence, that wont even be enough to do the letter box
Has anyone found a Woolworths in Melbourne that actually stocks duck fat? Had the same issue with Coles when they had their duck fat deal last month.
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