2013
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5828/2013.08.004
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Yenny Pinchak, Natalie Merlinski, María José Pardo, María Antonia Grompone

Abstract: Beef tallow is a byproduct of the slaughter industry. As a consequence, meat producer countries obtain a high amount of this low value-added fatty material. In Uruguay, it is generally used for food purposes or for biodiesel production. Globally, around half of the beef tallow produced worldwide is used for the manufacturing of food. To the best of our knowledge there are no published studies concerning the stability of beef tallow when exposed to high temperatures. The aim of this work was to study some Urugu…

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