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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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suetsu‧et /ˈsuːɪt, ˈsjuːɪt $ ˈsuː-/ noun [uncountable]  DFhard fat from around an animal’s kidneys, used in cooking in Britain
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suetStir the flour, suet, cinnamon and baking powder together then mix in the liquid to bind.Cut down on all fats, particularly those from animal sources especially lard, suet, double cream and full-fat cheeses.But every day we would have a pudding, rice or suet, and always different.Stir in the suet, herbs and enough cold water to make a soft dough.
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