If you would like to order lard, leaf lard, beef tallow or chicken schmaltz please EMAIL US at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include your COMPLETE shipping address (including zip code).
We can ship up to 8 pint tubs anywhere in the US for under $20. Depending on your location it might be as low as $14.
Lard – $5.00/1 pint tub
Leaf lard – $8.50/1 pint tub
Beef Tallow – $5.00/1 pint tub
Rendered Chicken Fat (schmaltz) – $5.00/half pint jar
We offer ready to use lard and leaf lard in 1 pint tubs that weigh just under 1 lb each. The raw fat comes exclusively from our pasture raised Red Wattle hogs. This is old fashioned lard which means it is non-hydrogenated and has no added stabilizers. There is nothing in there but the pure, rendered lard. Our lard should be refrigerated or frozen for best quality. It will last for many months in the fridge and up to a year in the freezer.
Leaf lard is made from the fat surrounding the kidneys of the hog. The leaf lard is considered to be the highest quality fat from the hog, with a high smoking point and a neutral flavor. If you are making pie crusts or pastries, this is the stuff for you. Yes, of course you can use it for all other cooking needs (general baking, frying, etc) though it really shines in the pastry department.
Regular lard is made from the back fat and other odd bits of fat from the hog and is well suited for general frying, sauteing, biscuits, rolls, tortillas and any other item that calls for lard or shortening. You can swap lard for shortening in any recipe and you’ll be delighted with the results.
Leaf Lard is $8.50/tub and Back Fat is $5/tub.
Long ago lard was always in the kitchen. It was the “go to” fat for all things cooking. Then along came the commercially produced shortenings and the claims that lard was “bad” while shortening was “good”. It wasn’t long before lard was less and less utilized and then it was almost gone. Recently, science has shown that in fact, lard is not that bad after all, and in fact, it can be a rather healthy part of your diet; in particular lard from pasture raised hogs that are free of antibiotics, feed additives and other growth stimulants. Lard from pasture raised hogs is higher in vitamin D and other important nutrients.
Our beef tallow is from our 1 cow that we raise each year. The cow was pasture kept and butchered in late June which is the absolute peak time to harvest beef off the pastures. The chicken schmaltz is from our free ranged, pastured chickens that were raised on a non GMO diet with no corn and no soy.
If you would like to order lard or leaf lard please EMAIL US at email@example.com . Please include your COMPLETE shipping address (including zip code) along with which type of lard and how many tubs you are interested in. We will get back to you via email with a shipping quote. Our billing/payment is done online via Square who is great about working with small businesses such as ourselves. We are not set up for Paypal or other such methods of payment.