Fatworks Beef Tallow Giveaway!!

UPDATE! THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED, AND THE WINNERS OF THIS GIVEAWAY WERE CHOSEN. CONGRATS TO THE WINNERS!

It’s Day 3 of Giveaway Week at Paleo Plan! Today we have something very, very special for you. Something that will improve the nutritive value of all of your foods and make your food taste better.

Today’s giveaway is 4 jars of BEEF TALLOW FROM FATWORKS!!

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This stuff doesn’t need much explanation. Suffice it to say that beef tallow is rendered beef fat and it’s really great to cook with. It’s mostly saturated and mono-unsaturated fat, so it’s incredibly stable in heat, meaning it’s ok to fry things in it. It also imparts an umami flavor to your food, and saves you from the ever-present coconut oil in the Paleo diet. Sometimes you just don’t want to cook with coconut oil – am I right?

Have you liked Fatworks on Facebook yet?

If you haven’t, you should just for sheer entertainment value. They’re really funny over there. Plus, that’s the only place you can order their stuff as of now. They’re a grassroots, small business doing the right thing the right way (all products come from grass-fed and pastured animals and they do all the work themselves), and they don’t have time for such nuisances as a website yet :) Check ’em out on Facebook here. They also have duck fat and pork lard for sale, both excellent additions to your arsenal of fats.

What You Can Win

We have FOUR 14.8-oz jars of Grass-Fed Kettle Rendered Fatworks Beef Tallow for FOUR lucky winners. Each jar is worth $16.25 plus shipping (which can be kinda expensive).

How to Enter

Alright, so this entry process is going to be a little different from the other ones. As I’ve told you, there’s this amazing Harvest Your Health bundle sale going on right now where you pay $37 for over $1000 worth of ebooks, magazines, meal plans, fitness programs, etc. What I want is for you to go over to the sale (link here), check it out, and tell me in the comments about one product in the bundle that you like, own, or want. That’s it! 

You can enter this giveaway until Sunday, October 13th at 5pm Eastern Time. I’ll announce the 4 winners on Tuesday, October 15th.

Comments

  1. There is so much offered here that it is almost overwhelming to know which ONE thing I would like. Plus I do not have an ereader, so I am a little unsure how the ebook works on my laptop. My #1 ONE choice would be THE GRAIN FREE LUNCHBOX and secondly, I know I would use any of the Meal Plans. Please add my comments to the drawing for the Fatworks giveaway. Thank you for your consideration.

    Carol Holmberg
    holmbeca@juno.com

  2. I bought the bundle a few days ago and am reading a fabulous cook book right now called “Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat”. I’m one of those people! And I’m not completely paleo yet but I am trying to transition my diet as much as possible a little at a time. Reading really good recipes is inspiring me in the right direction! And I love the author’s tips on how to save time by prepping all kinds of ingredients in advance and then just taking them out of the fridge for a quick meal. I’m going to try this right away.

  3. I have Well Fed from a previous ebook bundle and I live the way Melissa gives variations on recipes. And the recipes I have made were all delicious!

  4. There are quite a few interesting items…Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving, Feeding your cats raw food, how to eat healthy on a low budget, and many of the cookbooks. Maybe I will actually purchase this.

  5. I am super interested in “The Veggie Book” I need some new ideas for my veggies. I also think this is a sweet deal, both the e-books and the Fatworks Co.

  6. I love the Paleo Magazine! I have not seen the other magazines but am very interested in learning more about them. Thanks for encouraging everyone to take a look at the bundle! I never would have known they existed. :o)

  7. I have Well Fed… great cookbook. I live anything and everything by our Civilized Caveman, George Bryant… and would love to get the pumpkin thanksgiving cookbook of his. I also have simple bites… as I am trying to simplify my complex life.

  8. I would love the Kale cookbook. I have tried and tried to enjoy kale and it is beyond me, so I would love to learn how to cook it so I would enjoy it! :)

  9. Actually there are three, well fed, meal plans and lunch box ideas. But since I have to choose one, well fed. Thank you for the awesome opportunity!

  10. Primal Tightwad sounds good (I admit, I saw this in the comments here, not over there, because what popped out to me was the Paleo snacks!)

  11. Primal Tightwad E-book, because I am trying to transition into the Paleo lifestyle and it is hard enough to convince my spouse that it is a great way to eat regardless of the cost. Thank you for the opportunity to win the Fatworks Tallow.

  12. Salve made simple ebook sounds really appealing to me!! I am always interested in natural ways to cure anything and the salves I feel can be beneficial to me and my family. I also thoroughly enjoy making homemade products to either sell or give as gifts around the holidays! So this is something I’m reallyconsidering! :)

  13. I wish I could buy the entire set. Last time a set of like 37 went on I had the means to get it. Now I don’t :(

    If I had to pick one thing though, probably the Paleo Meal Plan!

  14. I already own Toadally Primal Smoothies (GREAT book!) and Well Fed (another good one), but I am VERY interested in the Fast paleo Top 100 book as well as the meal plans!

  15. There’s so many! But most excited about Back To School Slow Cooker…always looking for new quick recipes for my crock pot with our busy life!

  16. With the majority of my shopping being done at Whole Foods Market, Primal Tightwad is DEFINITELY a piece of literature that I need in my posession!!!

  17. I fourth that motion in support of Well Fed. It is an awesome cookbook. Last night I learned how to make Ras el Hanout- a North African blend of spices that is completely aromatic and intoxicating. I open the container of it all the time just to take a whiff and send my senses reeling.

    Also interested in checking out Paleo Magazine and more Paleo cookbooks. There’s alot to learn in this mode of cooking and I’m ready to take it on!

  18. I loved the book Well Fed so much, I have it on my e-reader and in soft-back. Because sometimes you need to get into the book and really just hold it…and accidentally get spices and bacon spatters on it… That’s how much one should love a beautiful cook book like that!

  19. I am really interested in the 30 day intro to Paleo. My son has autism and we are having to cut out carbs. I have been wanting to start Paleo diet and this book will help me.

  20. I am interested in Paleo on the Go. I live in Germany which means beer, bread, and snitzel. We travel a lot and gas station food gets really difficult when the most popular item is a chocolate covered croissant and very very strong cappuccinos.
    I have the book Well Fed and Everyday Paleo.

  21. I love these books ! I’ve purchased them a while back and have used them over and over again . My fave is Well Fed ! I have to support a fellow neighbor in Austin, TX and the food is great and whole 30 approved.

  22. I would love to read “Inside Out Simplicity.” I am a college student seeking to live a more simple lifestyle, and I would love some tips on how to streamline and derive more satisfaction from the various facets of my life!

  23. I would like Well Fed…I have recently finished a 21-DSD and want to continue to eat as clean and as sugar-free as possible. It has taken my Paleo eating of the past two years to a whole new level.

  24. I’m really interested in Primal Tightwad: Maximizing Your Health On a Minimal Budget. Also, as a nutritional therapy practitioner, I’m always up for learning more about customized meal plans as those are extremely time consuming to do for my clients-especially considering unique health conditions!

    This was a great marketing tool because I always buy these things but often I don’t find them worth the cost or simply forgot they are on my computer. I think might get this one!

  25. The Paleo Miracle is a great book. If anyone has any doubts on the benefits of Paleo, then they need to read this book!

  26. There are 2 AMAZING ice cream (paleo-ish) cookbooks. I can’t wait to start using them… Ordering an ice cream maker on our next check to try some recipes out. Mmmmmmmm :-)))

  27. I would really like to have the Primal Tightwad E-book, Fast Paleo Top 100, and the Grain Free Lunchbox. The Squatty Potty would be pretty cool, too, as it would replace a step stool in our bathroom.

  28. I would be very interested in cooking and preparing paleo foods. I tend to run out of paleo ideas that I only cook certain foods and my choices can get boring from time to time. If I had a paleo cook book I would certainly have less cheat days and less worries/guilt about cheating.

  29. I want the Paleo meal plans! I love eating this way, but planning the meals with variety is sometimes hard. The recipes would be nice too. Thanks!

  30. GRAIN FREE PANCAKES PLEASE!!!! pancakes are my guilty pleasure, comfort and overall favorite food. They are just so bad for us, so to know I do not have to give up my favorite food just makes this all that much more exciting!!! THANK YOU.

  31. We enjoy toadally primal smoothies. The breakdown of which smoothies are best for what you’re aiming for (i.e high protein ) is really helpful

  32. A lot of this looks great, but I think I’m most interested in “Real Food Kids: In the Kitchen plus videos! ($30) by Wardee Harmon & Jami Delgado.”

    I have two little helpers who love baking with me, but I’ve been baking so much less since going paleo that they’ve started disparaging my “caveman diet” and suspiciously asking, “Mom, are these _caveman waffles_ or regular waffles?”

    It would be great to have a way to reconnect with them in the kitchen while also feeding them food that’s good for them!

  33. Would love all the paleo cooking items as I currentlysubscribe to the paleo plan. I also have 2 squatty potties in my home that I don’t know how I lived without.

  34. Wow lots to choose from, I purchase a packet of ebooks awhile back see a few of them on this list I think this has more to offer. I like the Nikki’s coconut butter

  35. There are quite a few that I would love to have, but one in particular that stand out to me is Real Food Hits the Road. Whenever we our away from home, it can be such a challenge to deal with food.

  36. There are so many that look amazing. How do you pick just one?? I can’t wait to read the one called “Inside Out Simplicity” and the paleo on a budget book and the one for clearing up skin problems. Like I said, there are too many great ones to pick just one!!

  37. I own Well Fed – it’s a wonderful cookbook with tons of great recipes. The rogan josh is a staple in our household. :)

  38. I really need the meal plans. I hate thinking of something to make for dinner. So, frequently we end up going out to eat. If I had the meal plans, hopefully I would be able to be more prepared for meals.

  39. The Grain Free Lunchbox is the book I’m most interested in. I take my lunch to work each day, and it’s difficult to prep paleo all the time — and I need to be more consistent!!

  40. I like Paleo Living magazine and have a current subscription. Every issue so far has been packed with great insights and tips.

  41. I am VERY interested in the Fertility & Motherhood books, all of them. Trying to get pregnant & I just finished Beautiful Babies, it opened my eyes! I’m curious about the Well Fed & Fast Paleo Top 100.

  42. Would really like the subscription to Paleo Magazine. The one issue I’ve read I thoroughly enjoyed, however haven’t indulged myself in a subscription yet.

  43. I’m interested in the meal plans! It’d be great to avoid the “What’s for dinner?” question from the family.

  44. Primal Tightwad interests me, as a single income family that is always on a budget but trying our hardest to eat healthy and keep our bodies strong. I own a squatty potty, too, and love it!

  45. WOW, how can there be such a long list of provocative options, of which I have NONE! (rhetorical )
    Thank you for all the research and bundling. (So we don’t really have to , choose one.) I thought I wanted Nell Stephenson’s meal plan, until I read all the rave reviews about Well Fed, now I want that. How brilliant you are to engage so many of us with these titillating freebies, attracting everyone to go and look at all the products, with glee. Genius.

  46. Totally just bought the Healthy Harvest Bundle and can’t wait to read everything! The book about Raw Fed Cats was the deal maker for me :)

  47. I’ve been eying the Well Fed cookbook, but what I think i really need is to sign up for one of those meal planning services so that it’s really a no brainer to get on track with paleo!

  48. Excited to read the The Veggie Book, since I’m always looking for fun ways to add more veggies on my plate. I got the bundle and am loving these books!

  49. The book “A Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving” looks very interesting. Maybe because it’s October, it’s cool outside, and Thanksgiving is right around the corner … or because real pumpkin recipes are amazing.

  50. I really enjoyed the personal and home care section! Improving what you put inside your body is only half the battle. The external products are just as important, there are some nasty ingredients in products!

  51. Restocking the Pantry! So many sauces, condiments, flavorings, dressings that you’ve always wanted to try… all in one ebook!

  52. The Holistic Mama’s Guide to Homemade Skincare. I would like to get this one. It’s very much what I’m interested in. I make a skin care lotion with Tallow so I would LOVE to win this.

  53. I have paleo everyday and well fed plus a few others but would like to read the fertility books to help my sister who has been struggling with infertility as I have been blessed with 3 babies of my own. I want her to experience my same blessings.

  54. The Primal Tightwad looks amazing, so I would like that best out of the bundle. Also, we already have a Squatty Potty and are glad to have it – it really does what they say it does! ;-)

  55. I already have Toadally Primal Smoothies, 30 day intro to Paleo, Guide to Paleo, and I would like to get the Grain Free Lunch Box, Paleo Snacks and Apartment Gardening.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  56. I just purchased the Harvest Your Health Bundle, so I am interested in everything!! I’m excited for all the books & recipes, and I’m also curious about Squatty Potty… I admit that I kind of giggled out loud when I first saw it, but then I started reading about it & sounds pretty cool.

  57. I’m interested in all of them, butthe 30 day intro to paleo and the paleo meal plans seems like it would give me a good base to start :) Also would love a squatty potty and the apartment gardening.

  58. I’ve heard such great things about the book Well-Fed. I would love to use some yummy grass fed beef tallow with her recipes!

  59. My health has improved since starting paleo, but as time goes on I am slipping back into some habits that don’t make me feel great. Need some motivation!

  60. I would love to read the grain free lunch box. Sometimes I crave a sandwich and this would give me some new ideas… And keep me distracted. :)

  61. I’m interested in Detoxification: 70 ways to cleanse your body. I wish they were actual books instead of downloads though.

  62. I subscribe to Paleo Magazine — it’s full of useful and inspiring articles. And it’s written in Bend, Oregon, where I live!

  63. I love reading the Paleo Magazine for new ideas and information. Also, it was in the previous bundle package I was introduced to Paleo On the Go (discounts.) Love their food!

  64. I have several of these books from a previous ebook deal and I’ve been enjoying them. Primal Deliverance was especially inspiring to me!

  65. I like the idea of being able to start a garden from inside my apartment. The 71 Ebooks alone make this offer worth wild.

  66. I’m all about saving time in the kitchen…so I’d be most interested in the ‘Back to School Slow Cooker freezer recipes’.

  67. I bought the last e-book bundle and highly recommend it. Favorites include Paleo magazine, Paleo Life magazine, and the Well Fed book. Also, I own a Squatty Potty a nd highly recommend it. The discounts available with this current bundle practically pay for the bundle, I would like to read a Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving and I would like to try Nikki’s Coconut Butter. Also I would love to read Raw Fed Cats as I have a cat that refuses to eat almost anything. There is a little “overlap” between the last bundle nd this one, but not bad. Lots of new stuff!

  68. I bought the last e-book bundle and highly recommend it. Favorites include Paleo magazine, Paleo Life magazine, and the Well Fed book. Also, I own a Squatty Potty a nd highly recommend it. The discounts available with this current bundle practically pay for the bundle, I would like to read a Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving and I would like to try Nikki’s Coconut Butter. Also I would love to read Raw Fed Cats as I have a cat that refuses to eat almost anything. There is a little “overlap” between the last bundle nd this one, but not bad. Lots of new stuff!

  69. I’m interested in everything but raw fed cats and the squatty potty. Well fed, paleo pumpkin thanksgiving, the books with kids’ recipes- it all sounds good. Anything that will help me convince my kids to eat less garbage would be with its weight in gold!

  70. I am interested in the Detoxify books. I went back to “normal” eating and it totally send me into having my stomach issues again. I definitely will benefit from learning to detox and start eating right again. Thanks!

  71. I am interested in all of the lovely books and information but the one that stood out to me most was Broth: Elixir of Life. It would be awesome in healing my gut.

  72. I want paleogasm cookbook. Or the crockpot cookbook. Why? Well I’ve been very unpaleo tonight with draft IPAs and I’m feeling guilty.

  73. I like them all! Everything is something I would love to have. Since I have just started the Paleo diet, anything is a help.

    The one item I picked was Building Incredible Willpower. I really struggle with willpower and I hope in reading it, I would have better control.

  74. I haven’t decided which one I like most but I am trying to find a book that has a simple step by step approach into the AIP.

  75. I have Toadally Primal Smoothies & Paleo 21 Day Cleanse. Would love the Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving. Probably gonna get this awesome package.

  76. I am most interested in the restocking your pantry book, tonight. That could change tomorrow, or next week, because they all look great, lol, but my husband and I were just talking about pantry food vs refrigerator food.
    And I bought the books, so we will soon be restocking our pantry :-)

  77. Well Fed is a great cookbook. This bundle offer is an excellent deal. I’m very interested in the Primal Tightwad book as my grocery bill has skyrocketed eating Paleo.

  78. I already own (and love!) Well Fed. It’s really helped me learn how to cook for the whole week, instead of just one meal!

  79. Having recently began detoxifying my mind, I would find the “Educate yourself on detoxifying your body and life” to be very interesting to include with my eating like a caveman.

  80. We have Well Fed – a great Paleo start. I like natural health products and would like to acquire Salve Made Simple.

  81. The first thing that jumped out at my was The Primal Tightwad, as money is extremely tight these days
    and I would like to eat consistently paleo on our tiny food budget. Baking with Coconut Flour also looks really useful.

  82. The Hollistics Mamas Guide to Healthy Skincare, really interests me! I like to take care of my skin and if I am already switching to eating Paleo might as well switch out my commercially bought creams and lotions too.

  83. Just bought the bundle, great offer that i was waiting for, so cant tell anything about those sources. Anyway, have a good one!

  84. I purchased the Harvest Your Health Bundle, it’s great! I’ve already downloaded all kinds of great books and information. :) It’s a fantastic deal.

  85. I bought the bundle almost as soon as it went live :) It’s hard to pick favorites, but I’m especially excited to read Birth Control Unlocked (I love Stefani Ruper!), Homemade Health & Beauty, and Paleo Recipes for Every Day. I already had quite a few of the books from other bundles, but there are plenty of new and exciting additions to my library!

  86. I’d love the Paleo Lunchbox book. I strive to send my boys to school with full, happy lunchbox. A book would be a great tool for the times I am struggling!

  87. Having been a cook, my profession for 30 years, I am so interested in all the cookbooks available! I have a huge collection of cook books but I would love to have more Paleo recipes. I noticed a kale cookbook in the pkg. deal and I love kale but don’t have many ideas on how to use it. I use it mostly in soups.

  88. I have Wellfed and love it, also eyeing many of the meal plan books and magazine subscriptions that come with this offer. Thank you

  89. There’s several books I want! One of the first that I’ll read is Primal Tighwad. Eating right is VERY expensive around here.

  90. Primal Tightwad: Maximizing Your Health On a Minimal Budget by Carolyn Rush. A student living on her own and newly diagnozed with MS this book would be so perfect for me.

  91. I’m thinking Well Fed as 1) we like to eat! And 2) I’ve heard WONDERFUL things about it! However I’m a pumpkin fanatic so the paleo pumpkin thanksgiving sound good!!

  92. I bought the bundle and I’m super excited about the Plan to Eat membership! I signed up and started posting some recipes and it seems like a pretty great tool!

  93. I have several of these books already, but Well Fed is one I have cooked my way through multiple times! It’s amazing! And of course, who doesn’t love meal plans?!

  94. I especially wanted the My Buttered Life books for making my own lotions. (just bought the bundle – some fantastic stuff in there!)

  95. I am very interested in the baking with coconut flour book, as I am a sucker for baked goods but have a sensitivity to gluten that causes very itchy rashes.

  96. I ordered this bundle a few days ago. I’ve clicked through a lot of these e-books not completely interested in a few of them. The couple that have stuck out to me are the 30-day intro to Paleo and Well Fed. My parents have Well Fed and I will take pictures of recipes and try to decipher what they say when I get home through my itty bitty iphone screen, but now I have my own copy! I’m very happy about that. I love the meal plan in the 30-Day Intro to Paleo. I’ve been cooking paleo for a little over a year now, but I always love finding meal plans and more recipes because I always find myself cheating. I guess I still need more guidance and to learn self-control and detoxing my body of the things I crave.

  97. I really want Paleo Ice Cream ($5.99) by Ben Hirshberg. That’s been the hardest thing to give up. I have a great ice cream machine (and a gelato machine) that are going unused, but this book could change that.

  98. Wow what a bundle! I’m new to your plan and paleo and the bundle looks great but overwhelming at the the moment.. Baby steps. For me right now.. The fat sounds interesting! I would like some variety.. Thanks:)))

  99. I own “Gluten Free Pancakes” by Jolene Sloam because its simple and it stops me from buying and eating cakes and biscuits made from gluten!

  100. I have used Cultures for Health for Kefir grains and Viili yogurt starter and Redmond Earthpaste. I have liked them both very much! I would especially like to read the book “Simple Living: 30 Days to Less Stuff and More Life.” :)

  101. Wow, let’s start with gluten free pancakes then let’s go with paleogasm and we can top it off with Well Fed :) these are my favorite! Thank you for putting all this amazing material together! About to order !!!

    Que Rico!!!!

    Gracias!

  102. I own the 21 day Paleo Cleanse and really benefited from taking out certain foods. The Plan was easy to follow and loved the shopping lists as well.

  103. All of it looks super interesting. I especially like the Personal/Home Care category. I just bought the bundle and can’t wait to dig into on my days off this week!

  104. Cooking with coconut flour looks interesting, but I too bought this package a few days ago and can’t wait to dig through it all.

  105. I already have some of the books and they are great! Of the others I’m interested in grain free lunch box, paleogasm, and primal tightwad

  106. I am looking forward to using “Baking with Coconut Flour”, I already experiment but having all these recipe books will be so nice.

  107. I want Paleo Everyday, A Paleo Pumpkin Thanksgiving, 30 Day Intro to Paleo, Paleo Magazine subscription… so many fabulous options! I already own Well Fed and love it!

  108. Oh my is there a lot to choose from! The meal plans are very tempting but Real Food Hits the Road would come in very useful!

  109. I am interested in the Paleo weekly meal plans and well Fed Cats: Feeding Cats a Diet of Whole Raw Foods ($9.99) by Linda Zurich

  110. I have to go with Fast Paleo Top 100…the quicker the better. When I am in a hurry and don’t have the time is when I break down and eat too many carbs. Time saving tips are what I really need!

  111. I actually would be interested in 2 items: Paleogasm and the Paleo Miracle. I’m a sucker for erotic AND inspirational books!

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