beef tallow

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tallow obtained from a bovine animal

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Liu et al (2011) determined the viscosity of biodiesel from beef tallow that was 5.
Santa Clara, CA, USA) was performed in LM tissue from 24 pigs fed beef tallow, coconut oil, olive oil, or soybean.
The birds received a diet with either 4 levels of beef tallow (BT= 0, 2, 4 and 6% of diet) or two levels of Ca (1 or 2% of diet) in a 4 x 2 factorial arrangement.
It was demonstrated that palmitate, one major fatty acid observed in meat fat such as beef tallow, induced insulin resistance in adipocyte and myotube models via nuclear factor [kappa] B (NF - [kappa] B) transcription factor pathways (Chaves and Summers 2003; Sinha et al.
I think McDonald's decision to stop making their fries in beef tallow was partly attributable to those Poisoning of America ads.
The fats, procured by Tyson Foods and including beef tallow, pork lard, chicken fat and used greases, will be converted to high-quality diesel and jet fuels using Syntroleum's bio-synfining technology at Dynamic Fuels' Geismar, La.
The parent company, Irish Food Processors would supply beef tallow to Agri energy, which is mixed with used cooking oil and methanol before heating which turns fat into the product.
Two series of Uniprene and Monprene TPEs comply with the requirements because they contain no animal-derived materials (ADMs), such as lubricants based on beef tallow.
During the 1980s, the great evil in the eyes of such groups was the use of saturated fats, which are found in beef tallow and butter.
Plastic products commonly use beef tallow as a lubricant in the manufacturing process and tracking all of them to their source can require a significant expense for a biopharmaceutical manufacturer.
On one side of this heated scientific debate there are 10-year-old boys--dressed appropriately in white lab coats--who point out that their experiments with the family dog have shown that, unless the vegetable is deep fried in beef tallow, it is virtually inedible.
Any cowboy worth his biscuits liked his beefsteak fried, in pork fat or beef tallow, and well done.
Successful utilization of beef tallow in biodiesel would create a new marketing opportunity and reduce waste in the processing industry, he adds.
was probably mutton or beef tallow, with a melting point of 49.
in beef tallow, but switched to vegetable oils due to health concerns.