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Old Thu, Jun-23-16, 10:05
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Nancy LC Nancy LC is offline
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Default How to render fat?

I'm looking for help figuring out how to separate delicious duck fat from the gelatin and other cooking impurities. I tried just putting it in the fridge, but there's still quite a lot of "stuff" stuck in it.

Any ideas? Maybe I should filter it some how. Cheese cloth?

The reason I'm asking is that I need to store it for a few months and if has impurities it can mold and stuff.
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