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 Tallow News
For the purpose of the present opinion, tallow is defined as fats obtained by pressing or any extraction system down from ruminant tissues which are derived directly from discrete adipose tissue masses, from fat extracted from skeleton muscles, from mechanically recovered meat and from rendered animal waste, including bones.
Specifications of tallow as a commodity are typically set for titre (solidification temperature), free fatty acid level, peroxide value, colour, moisture content, insoluble impurities, unsaponifiable matter, etc. In general, the freshness of the raw material, the origin and the nature of the tissues will determine the end quality of the tallow or animal fat.
The tallow obtained from rendering a mixture of tissues and offals should be submitted to a process respecting conditions of 133ƒC during 20 minutes at 3 bar, or an equivalent process with demonstrated efficacy in terms of inactivating TSE agents.
www.mad-cow.org /~tom/tallow_docs.html   (13091 words)

 Buses Burned the Fat Off in Kansas City
Beef tallow was selected as the resource for the biodiesel because four of the nation's five largest cattle processing states are in the Western region.
Tallow is one of the by-products of the beef processing industry.
The beef tallow biodiesel bus project was a cooperative effort involving not only the transit authority, but Richard Nelson of Kansas State University, Milford Hanna of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Steve Howell and Alan Weber of Marc-IV Consulting.
www.westbioenergy.org /March1999/wbqmar9901.htm   (819 words)

 Lipids of land animals
As lipids are partially hydrogenated in the rumen, 6-8% elaidic acid and traces of conjugated dienes and trienes are detected in beef tallow.
Accounts of the use of tallow in soapmaking extend back thousands of years (traditional soap is made of about 85% tallow and 15% coconut or palm kernel oil).
Tallow was also a part of the world's first surviving art since prehistoric cave paintings were most probably made using animal tallow mixed with pigments.
www.cyberlipid.org /glycer/glyc0071.htm   (460 words)

 Beef Tallow Promotes Rat Prostate/Intestinal Ca
The modifying effects of three kinds of fat (corn oil, beef tallow or perilla oil, each at 20% in the diet) on F344 rat prostate carcinogenesis induced by 3,2´-dimethyl-4-aminobiphenyl (DMAB) were investigated.
Beef tallow significantly increased the development of ventral prostate carcinomas with DMAB alone (from 15 to 45%, P
Thus the present data revealed carcinogenesis in the prostate and intestines to be promoted by beef tallow.
www.annieappleseedproject.org /beeftalpromr.html   (354 words)

 Beef News beef tallow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
When you're seeking better-quality information about beef tallow, it'll be complex sorting out quality information from ill-advised beef tallow proposals and directions so it is imperative to know ways of moderating the information offered to you.
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This may show you the people behind the site beef tallow credentials The easiest way to reveal who owns the beef tallow site is to find the 'about' page.
www.livestock-news.info /beef/beef-tallow.htm   (210 words)

 APHIS | Hot Issues
Beef and beef products currently being held by AQIS and those that are in transit which were exported from the
Beef must be deboned by hand (not mechanically) into specialty cuts, in units of 5 lbs or less, and contain only muscle tissue.
Beef tongues, hearts, kidneys, and lips are allowed when derived from animals less than 30 months of age.
www.aphis.usda.gov /lpa/issues/bse/trade/bse_trade_ban_status.html   (4865 words)

 Beef tallow Definition / Beef tallow Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
[click for more] beef or muttonA sheep is any of several woolly ruminant quadrupeds, but most commonly the Domestic Sheep (Ovis aries), which probably descends from the wild moufflon of south-central and south-west Asia.
Unlike suet, tallow can be stored for extended periods without refrigerationRefrigeration (from the Latin frigus, frost) is generally the cooling of a body by the transfer of a portion of its heat away from it.
beef tallow is a good source of 9c, 11t CLA.
www.elresearch.com /Beef_tallow   (254 words)

 Roadfood.com Forums - Looking for tallow for fry making
Problem is finding food grade beef tallow for frying.
I ask them for some beef fat and they gave it to me for free.
I put it in the pan while I was roasting the beef and I got some nice beef gravy.
www.roadfood.com /Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6002   (262 words)

Beef fingers fried in 50/50 were the most red in color (P<.05) followed by TAL (P<.05) followed by SBO.
The objectives of this study were to compare the color, flavor, and cooking performance of three products (french fries, chicken nuggets, and beef fingers) in three cooking oils (100% beef tallow, 100% soybean oil, and a 50% beef tallow 50% soybean oil blend).
Beef fingers fried in 50/50 were the most red (P<.05) in color followed by TAL (P<.05), followed by SBO (Table 3).
ars.sdstate.edu /BeefExt/BeefReports/1995/95-19.htm   (1669 words)

 Rendering Beef Tallow or Lard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rendering is the process of separating animal fat from debris and water so that it can be used inbaking or soap making.
This process can be used for rendering 5 pounds of either lard (pig fat) or tallow (beef or sheep).
Scrape these off leaving the pure tallow on the bottom.
www.christianhomekeeper.com /tallow.html   (223 words)

 Beef fat as a cholesterol fighter
Carr's compound contains stearic acid, which is found in beef tallow and is known to lower cholesterol.
There are few fats and oils rich in stearic acid, with the exception of beef tallow.
Carr mixed the stearic acid-rich beef tallow with soybean-derived sterols.
beef-mag.com /mag/beef_beef_fat_cholesterol   (734 words)

 :: Print Version ::
Beef tallow and soybeans combine to boost health
Beef tallow might be near the bottom of the list of potential cholesterol fighters, but Tim Carr says it should be near the top.
Research had shown him stearic acid, a saturated fat found in beef tallow, could lower cholesterol.
www.iowafarmer.com /articles/2005/03/24/livestock/tallowhealth.prt   (551 words)

 McDonald's Second Amended Complaint
McDonald’s use of beef tallow in its potato cooking process was well-known and had been the subject of public criticism.
McDonald’s does not identify the amount of beef tallow used in its ingredient list became it is considered a "secret ingredient" that is the source of the flavor of McDonald’s french fries and hash browns, of which it was been historically proud.
Defendant did not discontinue the use of beef tallow in the french fries and hash browns cooking process because it did not want to lose or change the distinctive flavor of the french fries and has browns.
www.edcombs.com /CM/Notices/Notices166.asp   (4800 words)

 Whatisinit.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The ingredients may be derived from a variety of vegetable sources, such as coconut or palm kernel oil, or animal sources, typically beef or pork, hides or bones.
Ingredients may be derived from a variety of vegetable sources, such as coconut or palm kernel oil, or they may be derived from animal sources, typically beef or pork, hides or bones.
The tallowates used in these soaps are obtained only from beef tallow.
www.whatisinit.com /foodsort.cfm?Cat=Personal+Care   (1615 words)

 Saturated Fats, Beef Tallow, Coconut Oil, Lard, Palm Kernel Oil, Palm Oil, Tropical Oils
However, in the United States, these oils are used primarily in the manufacturing of processed foods, and are not readily available for use in home-food preparation.
Lard and beef tallow are the fats derived from pigs and cows, respectively.
Lard and beef tallow may be ordered through some restaurant suppliers and specialty distributors.
www.truestarhealth.com /Notes/1920000.html   (835 words)

 ACSH > Health Issues >
Since the frying fat in fast food restaurants is frequently reheated before it is replaced, vegetable oils are made partially saturated (hydrogenated) to make them as stable or almost as stable as beef tallow.
The beef tallow mixture results in six grams of saturated fatty acids per small serving of french fries.
When a sample of nutrition scientists was asked whether they prefer the beef tallow blend to the new all vegetable oil mixes, most answered that they had no preference; a minority actually preferred beef tallow over hydrogenated fats.
www.acsh.org /healthissues/newsID.842/healthissue_detail.asp   (1066 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The delay raises concerns that other exports containing beef products could be affected by the bans countries have imposed on U.S. beef because of mad cow disease.
French fries and other potato products are prefried in beef tallow or vegetable oil by the manufacturer before they are frozen and shipped.
Most products fried in beef tallow are exported, while vegetable oil is used domestically, said Pat Boss, executive director of the Washington State Potato Commission.
www.totalobscurity.com /mind/news/2003/frenchfries-madcow.htm   (352 words)

 Soap Recipes Using Animal Fats
The cocoa butter and tallow are responsible for that.
In view of the fact that it was a tallow mixed with a vegetable oil, I decided to use the SAP value for lard (which was in between the numbers for tallow and soybean oil) when calculating the recipe.
The beef shortening was purchased at a restaurant supply and is used for frying.
www.millersoap.com /soapanimal.html   (5137 words)

 VegSource: vegetarian & vegan recipes & resource -- MADMAC ISSUES APOLOGY OVER BEEF TAINTED FRENCH FRIES...
tallow, which is made from the fat of cattle.
acknowledging the presence of a beef flavoring in its fries.
has said that no beef or pork flavorings are used in its fries in India or in
www.vegsource.com /talk/madcow/messages/9338.html   (365 words)

 rediff.com US edition: Bharti's Beef With McDonald's
But behind the scenes, in a nondescript pre-cooking step, that wayward clown Ronald McDonald has been secretly adding a miniscule amount of beef tallow to preserve his fry's finger-licking flavor.
Some 1 million or so are Hindus and for them eating beef is against their religion.
They were represented by McDonald's for over 11 years, including by their CEO, in media releases, and they had a big campaign starting in the 1990s, saying that from now on we will use only 100% vegetable oil to cook our fries.
www.rediff.com /news/2001/may/04us1.htm   (1202 words)

 National Cattlemen's Beef Association
As in the case of the EU beef ban, the US cattle industry will fight the EU on their decision to ban US tallow.
As in the case of the EU beef ban, we are confident that we will this fight based on the safety of our product and the EU's lack of scientific conclusions.
Initiated in 1898, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association is the marketing organization and trade association for America's one million cattle farmers and ranchers.
www.beef.org /NEWSStatementRegardingtheEUProposedTallowBan4775.aspx   (352 words)

 McDonald´s to Settle Suit over Beef Flavoring in Fries - Vegetarian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The Associated Press and Reuters news wires are reporting that the McDonald´s Corporation is expected to pay $10 million to plaintiffs in a lawsuit over the use of beef tallow in their french fries.
The major complaint arises from McDonald´s announcement in 1990 that its french fries would be cooked in 100% vegetable oil rather than beef fat.
Although McDonald´s never explicitly made this claim, the company did not release the fact that a small amount of beef tallow was used to flavor the french fries.
www.bellaonline.com /ArticlesP/art1522.asp   (235 words)

 New Page 2
Beef Packer Tallow Approx 7,500 MT January 20-30, 2004
Beef Packer Tallow Approx 7,500 MT January 20-30, 2003
Heating Coils should be able to maintain temperatures in excess of 135 degrees Fahrenheit in order to guarantee the free flow of the tallow in the discharge process.
www.fas.usda.gov /excredits/ifb/fy2003/03-065PPakistanOct103.htm   (2678 words)

 -- Beliefnet.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Fast-food chain to pay $10 million to settle lawsuit involving traces of beef tallow in french fries.
March 8, 2002--McDonald's Corp. has agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action suit filed on behalf of millions of vegetarians and Hindus that charged the company served french fries flavored with beef tallow without letting people know, said a Seattle attorney who brought the suit.
Bharti, a Hindu Brahmin, said he was humiliated when he took a visiting swami, a holy man visiting from India, to McDonald's for some french fries.
www.beliefnet.com /story/102/story_10246_1.html   (420 words)

 Intestinal absorption of {beta}-carotene ingested with a meal rich in sunflower oil or beef tallow: postprandial ...
Intestinal absorption of {beta}-carotene ingested with a meal rich in sunflower oil or beef tallow: postprandial appearance in triacylglycerol-rich lipoproteins in women -- Hu et al.
with beef tallow by 44.1 ± 11.4% in lipoproteins with
Reduced digestibility of beef tallow and cocoa butter affects bile acid excretion and reduces hepatic esterified cholesterol in rats.
www.ajcn.org /cgi/content/full/71/5/1170   (5129 words)

 Comments about "Beef Tallow"
Of course, the addition of tallow as a "flavoring" is why I and other vegetarians can't even eat the fries at the golden arches.
POSTED FEB 24, 2005 AT 20:44 AST BY Just don't let Billy the Beef Tallow Boy hear any of this slanderous talk.
POSTED FEB 25, 2005 AT 02:33 AST BY Peter: I can't believe you don't know what beef tallow is. Jeez.
www.reinvented.net /discuss/2627   (189 words)

 McDonald's frying French Fries in Beef Tallow - Hindutva News Series
And avoid the use of those ingredients like beef or beef related ingredients in India, since these are taboo due to religious reasons.
Thus while beef tallow is prohibited, since its making involves the killing of a cow, Hindus can consume clarified butter (Ghee), as the making of clarified butter (Ghee) does not involve the killing of the cow.
It is interesting to note here that clarified butter (Ghee) and beef tallow are made of very similar biological ingredients, since both are the fat of a bovine animal, although the method of extraction differs.
newsanalysis-intl.tripod.com /macdonalds.html   (882 words)

 United States Potato Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
The rendering process separates and removes protein materials from the beef tallow that is commonly used to make shortening for processed food products.
Officials with both the FDA and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have communicated their position on the beef tallow safety issue to major news media organizations, principally in response to questions about the use of tallow in cosmetics.
However, the actions by Asian purchasers to deny shipments of French fries could trigger a new round of news stories; so the industry should be prepared to react to potential media inquiries about beef tallow and its use in potato processing.
www.uspotatoes.com /fry2.htm   (425 words)

 Where’s the (missing) beef? - Green Party
Mr O’Connor said it was assumed that all the tallow had been used.
It is hugely concerning that the Food Safety Authority doesn’t know where Canadian beef extracts have ended up, in light of the Canadian mad cow disease discovery.
“What we do know is that beef fat tallow oil and shortening are used in the food chain, including in cooking products such as fish and chips, and hamburgers.
www.greens.org.nz /searchdocs/PR6354.html   (218 words)

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