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Definition of the noun leaf lard

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noun

  1. fat lining the abdomen and kidneys in hogs which is used to make lard
    • lexical domain: Substances - nouns denoting substances
    • synonym of leaf lard: leaf fat
    • more generic word: fat = a soft greasy substance occurring in organic tissue and consisting of a mixture of lipids

Alternative definition of the noun leaf lard

noun

  1. [US standard of identity] White lard made from fresh, clean, sound leaf [gloss, abdominal] fat of swine, reasonably free of blood, free of foreign odors and tastes, and having not more than set maxima of [soplink, potassium, hydroxide] peroxide, moisture, volatile matter, and insoluble impurities.

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Google previewDictionary of Nutrition and Food Technology (2016)

by Arnold E. Bender

– back fat rendered below 50°C; Leaf Lard – residues from top two qualities rendered in autoclave; Prime Steam Lard – fat from any part of the carcass rendered in the autoclave. lard compounds Blends of animal fats, such as oleostearin or ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Food and Nutrition (2014)

by David A. Bender

Leaf lard is made from the residue of kidney and back fat after the preparation of neutral lard by heating with water above 100 °C in an autoclave. Prime Steam Lard is fat from any part of the carcass, rendered in the autoclave. Contains 43.0 % ...

Google previewBenders’ Dictionary of Nutrition and Food Technology (2006)

by D A Bender

Leaf lard is made from the residue of kidney and back fat after the preparation of neutral lard by heating with water above 100°C in an autoclave. Prime steam lard is fat from any part of the carcass, rendered in the autoclave. Fatty acids 41% ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles H. Bader

Leaf lard has large fat crystals that will produce a flakier piecrust. The lard is derived from the kidney area of pigs instead of the abdomen, which is where lard is usually derived. When substituting lard for butter or shortening in a recipe, reduce ...

Google previewDictionary of Flavors (2017)

by Dolf De Rovira, Sr.

Leaf Lard – The highest quality of pork fat coming from the kidneys or loin of the pig. See Lard. Leafy – A flavor that is described as being leafy is said to be reminiscent of green leaves.

Google previewA dictionary of applied chemistry (1922)

by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe

Leaf lard ; (d) Choice lard, choice kettle-rendered lard ; (e) Prime steam lard. These brands will be described here in the order in which they are produced in the factory, so as to give, at the same time, a concise ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Country Living, 40th Anniversary Edition (2012)

by Carla Emery

The “leaf lard” is inside thebody ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

leaf lard A very finequality lardmadefrom leaffat leaf tube A pipingbagnozzle with aVshaped opening, usedto make leaf shapes leather United States Fruit leather leathog Ireland Plaice ...

Google previewThe Chicago Food Encyclopedia (2017)

by Carol Haddix, Bruce Kraig

Its Silver Leaf lard was the leading ...

Google previewThe Packers' Encyclopedia (1922)

Blue Book of the American Meat Packing and Allied Industries; a Hand-book of Modern Packing House Practice, a Statistical Manual of the Meat and Allied Industries, and a Directory of the Meat Packing, Provision, Sausage Manufacturing, Rendering and Affiliated Trades by Paul I. Aldrich

Leaf lard .

Google previewThe household encyclopedia (1859)

The leaf lard should be rendered by itself, ...

Google previewUniversal Dictionary of the English Language: Ine-Rhe (1897)

by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris

leaf fat, leaf lard, s. Fat or lard lying in layers within the body of an animal. leaf-footed, a. Phyllopodous, having the feet flat, leafy, and ...

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Leaf lard Meaning

Video shows what leaf lard means. The internal fat of a pig, separated in leaves or masses from the kidneys, etc.. White lard made from fresh, clean, sound leaf ...

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