Recent Examples of tallow from the Web
Don’t miss the bone marrow with bacon jam or the fries cooked in beef tallow.
Think Paul Kahan’s perfect fries soaked in beef tallow or Jason Vincent’s shattering onion rings with a side of sticky barbecue ribs at Giant, for example.
But read the label: this study from the University of Vermont, says tallow, which is derived from animal fatty acids, is what keeps deer away.
Rendering plants take slaughterhouse animal tissues and converts them into stable, usable materials like purified fats such as lard or tallow.
And any journalist or reader who cares about fairness, facts, and consistency should be concerned about this slippery slope greased with the tallow of good intentions.
The result on the land, otherwise, would be nuisance tallow trees.
Kept closed to the public, the center was visited only by the invasive Chinese tallow trees that sprung up from the ruins of dead cypress, maple and willow.
The transition to polymer has sparked controversy after the central bank confirmed that a small amount of tallow, or animal fat, was used in the production process.
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TALLOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tallow for English Language Learners
: fat from cattle and sheep that is used chiefly to make candles and soap
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