Raw Pasture Raised Pork Fat for Lard
pasture raised pork lard
Raw Pasture Raised Pork Fat for Lard
pasture raised pork lard

Raw Pasture Raised Pork Fat for Lard

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Raw, unaltered pork fat from truly pasture raised pigs.

Our pork fat is not bleached, deodorized, hydrogenated or altered. It is the raw, uncured, unsalted fat from the pig, and can be rendered for cooking to make lard, or sliced thin for larding lean cuts of meat or game poultry. Lard makes the best pastry for pies and tarts, and adds excellent flavor as a cooking medium.

2lb average pack

*Lard could be from any part of the hog.

WHY LARD?

Lard is high in vitamin D and monounsaturated fat. This lost staple takes minimal effort and is a super versatile fat, but it's super important to get your pork fat from truly pasture raised pigs. Learn all about lard and how to render your own:

How to Render Lard (and why you should use it) by The Daring Gourmet

Making Fat: How to Render Lard by Nourished Kitchen

10 Reasons to Bring Lard Back by Empowered Sustenance

ABOUT THE PIGS

In addition to raising our own pigs, we partner with Clear Creek Farm in Spalding, Nebraska. They are raised free range, outside, and given no antibiotics or hormones. They eat a natural omnivore diet of local and seasonal fruits, nuts, vegetables, and certified organic, soy/GMO free grains. Absolutely zero antibiotics, hormones, vaccines or drugs.Pasture/woodland raised

  • Diet includes organic non-GMO grains
  • Diet includes local organic vegetables
  • No corn or soy commercial feeds
  • No growth supplements
  • No hormones
  • No antibiotics

Learn more about our animals.

pasture raised pork lard
Raw Pasture Raised Pork Fat for Lard

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Eduardo R.
Yummy lard!

Good, clean, healthy fat. Thank you! 🙂

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Samuel C.
Makes Delicious Lard

I followed the steps in the video linked and I got delicious lard to cook with! 2.5 lbs of fat rendered about a quart of lard.
Making my own lard is great because the only lard I can get locally has nasty preservatives in it.
I add a scoop of lard to casseroles to give them a flavor boost and to add more healthy fats and nutrients.

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Jeffrey L.
Great for the Grinder

I wanted to try this out on a deer that my son shot this past fall. It turned out great! The fat seemed to hold up well in the grinder and the taste is awesome. We have a some left over that I'm going to render down into lard for tamales! Will likely purchase again next season.

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Elsie
Beautiful

This was my first time purchasing and rendering my own lard. I live in Los Angeles and have previously purchased already rendered, pastured lard, but I wanted to try my hand at doing in on my own. I am so happy to be able to source both protein and fat from pastured animals. The lard that I rendered came out beautifully, and I am using it for both cooking and as a moisturizer.

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Nancy E.
fabulous

Rendered lard from the pork fat Afterwards, i made the best, most delicate, fluffy biscuits i have ever made delish!

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
82%
(9)
9%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
9%
(1)
E
Eduardo R.
Yummy lard!

Good, clean, healthy fat. Thank you! 🙂

S
Samuel C.
Makes Delicious Lard

I followed the steps in the video linked and I got delicious lard to cook with! 2.5 lbs of fat rendered about a quart of lard.
Making my own lard is great because the only lard I can get locally has nasty preservatives in it.
I add a scoop of lard to casseroles to give them a flavor boost and to add more healthy fats and nutrients.

J
Jeffrey L.
Great for the Grinder

I wanted to try this out on a deer that my son shot this past fall. It turned out great! The fat seemed to hold up well in the grinder and the taste is awesome. We have a some left over that I'm going to render down into lard for tamales! Will likely purchase again next season.

E
Elsie
Beautiful

This was my first time purchasing and rendering my own lard. I live in Los Angeles and have previously purchased already rendered, pastured lard, but I wanted to try my hand at doing in on my own. I am so happy to be able to source both protein and fat from pastured animals. The lard that I rendered came out beautifully, and I am using it for both cooking and as a moisturizer.

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Nancy E.
fabulous

Rendered lard from the pork fat Afterwards, i made the best, most delicate, fluffy biscuits i have ever made delish!