Uses For Kitchen Fat

Uses for leftover fat from the kitchen, other than eating it. Post your ideas.

January 5, 20050 found this helpful

Combine melted kitchen fat, bread crumbs, and sunflower seeds in a paper cup. When the mixture hardens, peel away the cup and hang the contents from a tree in a mesh bag.

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January 5, 20050 found this helpful

bacon gease makes a great treatment for very dry chapped hands. Slather it on and and slip on a pair of disposable plastic gloves and leave them on for about 1 hour and wash off with warm water.

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January 6, 20050 found this helpful

Here in Kansas the birds really love the fat! We add peanut butter, or bird seed, just about anything and the birds just love it. If ya don't mind getting your hands dirty, I just make it into squares, freeze them then place them on the bird feeder area, or take a piece of small mesh and yarn and put it in there and let 'em have at it, they love it. Sandy in Kansas

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August 18, 20050 found this helpful

Refrigerate bacon grease in a covered jar. Toss a couple spoonfuls in the pan when cooking green beans, frying eggs, etc.

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