Don’t use that awful processed lard – Maine Street Meats …

Comment on How to Make Flour Tortillas by gale.

Don’t use that awful processed lard – Maine Street Meats has the real stuff or render it yourself (Belfast Coop has unrendered leaf lard). Makes an enormous difference and keeps a very long time frozen.

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