INTRODUCING: Whipped Beef Tallow!


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What is “beef tallow”? 

Being primarily sourced from a cow, tallow is the rendered fat extracted from processed cow meat, the best fat coming from the kidneys.

Many consider the best quality beef tallow to be rendered from the fat around the kidneys, although it can also be made from rendering other fat. This fatty tissue around the kidneys stores many nutrients, especially when the cattle is grass-fed.” – Dr. Axe



Our newest product, Whipped Beef Tallow, contains the rendered fat coming from a cow’s kidneys. “Whipped Beef Tallow” gets its title from the process we used to create it. We melted the rendered tallow down until it became a liquid again, and then whipped it up in our electric mixer. Doing this gives the tallow a creamy, pillow-like feel.




The best quality tallow comes from grass-fed cows because they have access to plenty of nutrients and sunlight.

But let it be known that only grass fed tallow contains these high levels of CLA because of the grass diet and sunshine it “consumes” in order to produce it in its fat. Factory-farmed, corn-fed cattle do not contain high levels of CLA (they barely have any at all).” – Nefertem

God’s Ways Are Best

Isaiah 55:8-11

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord. “As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater, so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”



The next time we go to get one of our cows processed, we will be asking for the fatty tissue to render our own tallow from our grass-fed, non-GMO, pasture raised cows.

Using Tallow is an excellent example of resourcefulness because that extra fat isn’t going to waste! 

Raising animals “edenic-ly” or the way God intended has mighty benefits! Restraining from pesticides on fields, injections in animals, and genetically modified foods consumed by the animals, makes our herd not only happier but healthier too. When we entrust God as the Perfect Creator and acknowledge Him as The All-Knowing there will be lasting benefits. 


What is CLA? (mentioned above) 


CLA stands for Conjugated Linoleic Acid, an omega-6 fatty acid. CLA is just one of the several fatty acids found in grass-fed beef tallow. These fatty acids are thought to help increase good cholesterol levels, support cognitive/brain health as well as a strong metabolism. The more healthy the animal is, the higher levels of beneficial fatty acids and vitamins they will contain. 

Why is beef Tallow good for your skin? 

Tallow is filled with a variety of vitamins like vitamin A, K, D, E as well as essential fatty acids.

Primally Pure goes in depth through the benefits of each of the vitamins found in beef tallow. 

Here’s how each of these vitamins helps your skin:

  • “Vitamin A – Encourages the production of collagen, elastin, and healthy skin cells. This helps strengthen tissue to keep skin firm, smooth and youthful. On top of that, it has the ability to heal a variety of skin issues, like acne. It can also help slow down the effects of aging on your skin. (You might recognize Vitamin A from products like Retin-A.)
  • Vitamin D – Contributes to skin cell development, repair, metabolism, and immune function. It’s able to protect and rejuvenate your skin by protecting against free radicals that cause premature aging.
  • Vitamin K – Plays an important role in skin tone, texture, and overall health. It can soothe skin inflammation and irritation while helping speed up your healing.
  • Vitamin E – Repairs and reverses free radical damage. This powerful antioxidant can deeply hydrate and promote healing in your skin’s physical appearance.”

Also, “Beef tallow is incredibly effective in improving skin cell health due to the similar makeup it has to our skin. Our cell membranes are mostly fatty acids, with at least 50% being saturated fats. Tallow is also made up of about 50% saturated fats – with the remaining being monounsaturated fats. Having such a similar makeup means that beef tallow is incredibly compatible with our cell biology.” – Primally Pure


Our Thoughts

We have found that what “Primally Pure” has to say about the similar makeup tallow has to our skin is quite true! This ‘makeup’ mentioned truly DOES has an effect on how well our body absorbs the tallow. Before tallow, we used mostly coconut oil as a moisturizer. With our recent discovery of tallow, we found this method of moisturizing to be even more effective than coconut oil because unlike the coconut oil, the tallow penetrates deeper into our skin, leaving our skin softer than it was before. Our whipped beef tallow is quite thick, so a little goes a long way!

It has now become a product we cannot live without!


Mom says, “No moisturizer can compare with our whipped beef tallow. I don’t want anything else on my skin.”


Knowing the many benefits beef tallow has made our discovery of it even richer. 

– Project FarmSTAND


To Use:

Our Whipped Beef Tallow Comes in a 2 oz Tin

Tallow can be used in many diverse ways such as a cooking oil! We like to use our product; raw, unscented beef tallow for dry skin.


Use our whipped tallow as:

  • a hand cream
  • body lotion
  • face moisturizer
  • on chapped lips
  • elbows
  • and dry scalp!



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Primally Pure https://primallypure.com/blogs/blog/tallow-for-skin

Dr. Axe https://draxe.com/nutrition/tallow/

Nefertem https://nefertemnaturals.com/blogs/news/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-of-using-tallow-on-your-skin

Misumi https://misumiskincare.com/blogs/news/tallow-for-skin-the-good-and-the-bad-sides-of-using-tallow

Tuttofare https://tuttofare.com.au/blogs/news/tallow-for-skin-care




from Project FarmSTAND



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Vadis Pekrul

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