Lard: Lard is a fat extracted hot from the fat (bacon) or pork breakdown. Fine, white and sticky substance, which was used for a long time as lighting oil.
The word “lard” comes from the old French saïm and its multiple variants (saim, saime, sayn, seyme, sainme, saïn, sain, saing, saaing, sein, seing, sayen, saiien, xen) meaning fat or ointment, from the Latin saginem or sagina for fat, fatten, and the suffix must (dous or doulx), s ...
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