Beef suet is the raw, hard fat found around the loins and kidneys. Beef suet vs tallow contains a higher level of triglyceride. The result is that suet has a higher melting point and solidifying point than tallow. Suet is used in many recipes, such as puddings, pastry, and sweet mincemeat.
All of our beef is unaged and domestically raised by local American farmers and Angus-bred. Our beef farmer pasture raises their beef and grain finished from harvest grown on their farm. Unlike internationally imported beef, typically from New Zealand and Australia, our beef is locally sourced and never aged. All of our beef is USDA Inspected and Halal Meat