|Commodity Code||1502 10 10 00|
|Extended Information||Tallow is made primarily from beef or mutton suet and is used in many ways. It's in animal feed, used to make soap, for cooking, and as a bird food. It can be used as a raw material for the production of bio-diesel and other oleo chemicals.
Historically, it was used to make tallow candles, which were a cheaper alternative to wax candles. Many historic soap making recipes call for tallow. When soap is made from tallow it has good lathering properties and is fairly inexpensive.
|Date||Score||Customer Comment||Our Response|
||I like this as there is no smell off it and I am looking forward to using it in my new leather soap|
||Nice clean tallow at a good price :)|
||Very, very clean indeed! This makes an excellent hard white soap for hand washing. High percentage Tallow (or lard) dual-lye soaps are very beginner friendly.|
||This is my first time using animal fat as I tend to use always oils and Shea butter. However to avoid palm oil I thought it worth a try. It's excellent and I will use it again|
||Very happy with this well packaged and no meaty smells|
||Really pure white tallow. Very easy to use.|
||Excellent product - exactly what I wanted.|
||Exactly what I was after, I will be buying from you again!|
||Haven't used it yet, though I am sure it will be a pleasure to use.|
||Looks like a very good quality product. Not used yet but well packaged an labelled.|
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