Lard is fat and so not soluble in water.
At room temperature, 5 gallons of water weights 40 lb. Lard is an animal fat, with a specific gravity of about .9. That means that a volume of lard will weigh about .9 times as much as the same volume of water, and therefore 5 gallons of lard will weigh about 36 lb.
Yes, it is probably lighter than water.
Everything has a taste even water, nothing.
A bit over 5.5 cups (5.53) Lard is a bit lighter than water.
The cup of water is slightly heavier.
No there is no lard.
Vegetable lard does not exist, its an oxymoron. So animal lard;)
Yes, the Corn Muffin Mix does contain lard. Specifically, the box states that it contains "lard, hydrogenated lard, or partially hydrogenated lard."
what does lard do in cooking
1 cup of lard
You can buy lard on ebay.Also, you can get it from a pig.
Tagalog translation of lard: mantika
Tenderflake use lard to make pastry, lard is the rendered fat from pork, rendered fat from beef is known as dripping not lard.
Lard is fat, so 100g lard is 100g fat.
Lard is not a compound but a mixture.
No, lard is not a swear word. Lard is pig fat that is rendered and clarified for use in cooking.
There is no lard used in the pizza's at Pizza Hut. The dough is made of a dough blend which varies depending on the type of dough, flour, water and sunflower oil.
Cream cheese does not have lard in it normally.
Lard it fat. 100%
Praise the Lard was created in 1991.
The Power of Lard was created in 1988.
Allen Lard was born in 1866.
There is really no such thing as vegetable lard. Lard refers to a fat coming from an animal. There is such thing as vegetable fats, like oil and shortening. Shortening is often called (incorrectly) vegetable lard because its look and consistency is similar to animal lard.