Suet

Suet t is raw beef or mutton fat, especially the hard fat found around the loins and kidneys. Suet has a melting point of between 45 °C and 50 °C (113 °F and 122 °F) and congelation between 37 °C and 40 °C. (98.6 °F and 104 °F). Its high smoke point makes it ideal for deep frying and pastry production. ==Uses== The primary use of suet is t...
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suet

(from the article `tallow`) odourless, tasteless, waxy white fat, consisting of suet (the hard fat about the kidneys and loins of cattle, sheep, and horses) or similar ...
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suet

(soo´әt) the fat from the abdominal cavity of ruminants, especially the sheep, used in preparing cerates and ointments and as an emollient.
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suet

(SOO-iht) - Suet is the white fatty casing that surrounds the kidneys and the loins in beef, sheep, and other animals. Suet has a higher melting point than butter and when it does melt it leaves small holes in the dough, giving it a loose soft texture. Many British recipes call for it to lend richness to pastries, puddings, stuffings, and mincemea....
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suet

[n] - hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and mutton
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Suet

• (n.) The fat and fatty tissues of an animal, especially the harder fat about the kidneys and loins in beef and mutton, which, when melted and freed from the membranes, forms tallow.
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suet

noun hard fat around the kidneys and loins in beef and mutton
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Suet

Su'et noun [ Middle English suet , dim. from Old French seu , suif , French suif , Latin sebum . Confer Soap , Sebaceous .] The fat and fatty tissues of an animal, especially the harder fat about the kidneys and loins in beef and mutton, which, when me...
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suet

fat of red and fallow deer (M 46 (r)); see also
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suet

fat of red and fallow deer (M 46 (r)); see also
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Suet

For bluebirds, a mixture of lard or vegetable shortening and peanut butter. Other items may be added such as sunflower chips and dried fruit, and whole wheat flour to hold it together.
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Suet

Hard fat around the kidneys in beef or mutton. Usually bought in packets rather than fresh. Use in pastry or steamed puddings.
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Suet

Suet is British slang for human fat.
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Suet

Suet is the fatty tissue surrounding the kidneys of oxen and sheep. It is used in cooking.
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suet

The hard fat around the kidneys of cattle and sheep; when rendered it yields tallow. ... Prepared suet, the internal fat of the abdomen of the sheep, Ovis aries, purified by melting and straining; used in pharmacy in making ointments. ... Synonym: prepared mutton tallow. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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suet

Type: Term Pronunciation: sū′et Definitions: 1. The hard fat around the kidneys of cattle and sheep; when rendered it yields tallow.
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