What to do with leftover goose fat

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Hey check this out

 

http://www.goosefat.co.uk

 

don't those roasties look gorgeous?

 

I was actually looking for instructions for making soap - but seems like a bit of a hassle tbh.

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An old 19th century recipe called for mixing the fat with jam or marmelade to spread on bread.It was called Schmierz and was popular with the troops in WW1.

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Just use goose fat instead of oil to fry things in.

 

But as most have already mentioned, best with potatoes, cabbage etc

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We used it on mine and my son's eczema and it was better than any of the insanely expensive (and chemical laden!) lotions taht you can buy! It is also fantastic for chapped lips and dry heels!

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Yea, I hate chemicals too - never touch 'em! I haven't eaten, breathed, or drank a single chemical in almost five years and I'm feeling great now because of it!! :rolleyes:

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Thanks for the many replies. It smells off-putting whenever I open the jar, it reminded me of my aversion to the smell of raw meat during my first trimester of pregnancy, but I noticed that it lends a sweetness to fried dishes, it's a mild but noticable taste.

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