refined lard

refined lard

[ri′fīnd ′lärd]
(food engineering)
A purified lard, produced by removing with alkali the free fatty acids, coloring matter, and mucilaginous gums from rendered lard.
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A tin of Heinz beans was 11 1/2p, a giant bottle of Lenor fabric softener was 16p, a block of refined lard was 9 1/2p, a jar of chicken spread was 7 1/2p while a twin pack of Fiesta kitchen roll would set you back 26p.