I've had the beef fat, time to try some lamb! Definitely delicious! I've had it raw oftentimes, and it tastes great that way. Strange how I prefer the beef counterparts warmed on the grill, but no matter! There's nothing baaa-d about this stuff!
Buy ten pounds and render a few larges jars of the best quality lamb tallow. After the oil is all rendered out, you get to eat those delicious leftovers (fritters). They are like lamb bacon! :)
I love this product. I find that if I use this as a source of energy when I do a clean high quality animal products based diet, my skin finally becomes soft and healthy. (I have had severe skin problems which have been only healed by following Frankie's and Dr. Stockwell's advice). I love making this in my chicken bone broth, which involves me using the instant pot on high pressure for me to make bone broth out of chicken. After removing the chicken broth to store in the fridge, I add the lamb fat strips and more high quality water to make lamb broth mixed with the chicken bones. The broth then has an excellent mix of bone marrow and lamb. Yes, I eat the softened chicken bones as well. I also eat lamb fat raw whenever I get stressed, instead of eating processed, high sugar foods. It has a light buttery taste raw.
I ordered beef fat, lamb fat and lamb brains. All were delicious! The beef fat has a slightly yellowish/orangish color. I believe that's from the extra nutrients in the fat. Carotenoids if I'm not mistaken, from being 100% grass fed on pasture. Either way the fat trimmings are delicious.
I eat the fat trimmings with burgers or steaks or whatever other protein I eat. I cooked the brain with scrambled eggs. When cooking the brain, it has a good fishy smell from the omega-3 fats. Gives me a certainty of the omega-3 content.
I'm very happy with my purchase and will be buying more.
Frank, thank you very much for providing a good source of meat for those of us who really want it.
Came cut into strips which was nice. There was no unchewable gristle or anything like I usually find on beef fat.