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    I notice my dad eating these the other day and giving them to his
    little doggies. It got me thinking so I read the bag ingredients.
    Pork skin and salt. Doesn't say fried in any bad oils. Hmm.
    Could I eat these occasionally? I know the salt is probably
    to high, but I am just talking a handful now and then.

    I'm sure if a person searched the web there may be some
    good on-line sources of some ranged fed, low salt brands?

    What's your thoughts?

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    I do, and I love em, especially with mayo and hot sauce.

    I find mine at Aldi, the dollar store and Tops. Just watch the ingredients. Flavored ones have all kinds of crap added to them.

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    Porkrinds are awesome! We buy them whenever we can. They're quite scarce around here, and people always look at us strange when we have 1/2 dozen bags and nothing else to buy...

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    Where does your father buy pork rinds? Where do you buy them Diana? Anyone else?

    I would like to try some!
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    Pork rinds by themselves make me gag - can't stand the smell. But I do my best to shut my nose, and I grind up a couple of bags and put them in a ziplock in the freezer. They make a fabulous "breading" for fish, chicken strips, and as a binder in things like meatloaf, fish cakes, on and on. Very good, even though I can't stand them by themslves.

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    Love them.

    Try them with avacado & hot sauce.
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    I, too, get them at the Dollar Store. Can't beat it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primal Toad View Post
    Where does your father buy pork rinds? Where do you buy them Diana? Anyone else?

    I would like to try some!

    Quote Originally Posted by Diana Renata View Post
    I find mine at Aldi, the dollar store and Tops.

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    Aldi? In the States? I thought they were only in Germany. Who knew. And I didn't think to to use ground up pork rinds as breading. Gonna try that next time with chicken strips.

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    Well, that settles that then. Never expected so many to answer so fast.
    For many years the medcos instilled in my head they were bad for us.
    But I just had a primal realization to ask about them. Thanks all.
    And thanks for the ideas. I like the breading idea myself.

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