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2016-02-04 21:43:28 Post No. 7344059
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Yesterday, I made about 2 gallons of beef stock. In the pic, you see about 3 1/2 cups of beef fat, that was rendered out during the stock making, then chilled, removed, heated, and filtered.
Before I crowd my freezer space with more by-product of cooking (I try not waste anything ), is it really worth keeping? I'd like to hold on to it until I have enough rendered beef fat to make beef fat fries with it, but it will be awhile before I go through the process again, and I rarely buy beef fat just for rendering. Keep it, or throw out?