The suet or fat of animals of the sheep and ox kinds, separated from membranous and fibrous matter by melting.
The fat of some other animals, or the fat obtained from certain plants, or from other sources, resembling the fat of animals of the sheep and ox kinds.
To cause to have a large quantity of tallow; to fatten; as, tallow sheep.
The white rendered fat of a cow or sheep; suet.
The white nearly tasteless solid rendered fat of cattle and sheep used chiefly in soap, candles, and lubricants.
The fat of animals that is white and is tasteless
Edible and inedible rendered bovine and sheep fat, and inedible rendered hog fat. Food uses include salad or cooking oils and margarine.
A mixture of animal fat refined for use in candles.
animal fats with titer above 40 degrees Celsius.
The fatty tissue or suet of animals.
obtained from suet and used in making soap, candles and lubricants
Beef fat can be rendered into tallow, which was used before electricity to make candles. Tallow was thus in high demand in the early cattle industry, providing candlelight to the cities back East.
One of the harder organic fats derived from animal carcasses, made by rendering the internal body fat found within the abdominal cavity under the backbone and surrounding the kidneys. This material was greatly used in manufacture of soap and candle wax.
animal fat fed to sled dogs usually as an energy supplement on day-long trips
rendered animal fat
Used in soap making, this ingredient (rendered from beef fat) produces a hard soap with abundant lather.
pure animal fat after impurities have been removed
fat rendered from the body tissues of ruminant animals.
animal fat used to make soap and candles
Animal and vegetable fat used to make candles or soap.
Fats from sheep and cattle that is melted down. Pure tallow is white, odorless, and nearly tasteless. It must be kept at a temperature of 50-60°C in order to stay in liquid form. Tallow is used to produce soap, detergents, pet foods and candles.
The harder and less fusible fat in animals and vegetables.
The harder and less fusible fat in cows, sheep, etc; it is used to make candles, soap, etc.
Tallow is rendered mutton, beef or other bovine fat, processed from suet. Rendered fat obtained from pigs is known as lard.