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    Amazing Salsa Vehicle (Not a recipe)

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    Pork Rinds.

    Seriously where the hell have I been on these things....

    Other than breadcrumbs (love that idea) what else can we do with these delicious crunchy bits of goodness.

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    ohhhh... i was looking for a good breadcrumb idea for chicken cutlets. Might have to try that.

    I'm also looking for a vehicle for guacomole and hummus. Not together... separately.
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    Hehe, yeah, i used pork rinds as "tempura" in a home made California roll with crab claw meat and it was delish, and I also used them with coconut flour to bread calves liver and i while it turned out pretty good I really just like chicken liver best.

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    I eat them when DH is eating doritos ... but why don't they have fake 'zesty cheese' flavoured pork rinds? Hmm... maybe because I'd eat the whole bag!!!
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    My mother-in-law gave me pork rinds in my Easter basket. I had never had them before, but I think I've found my new favorite snack.
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    I haven't tried them, but appreciate the recommendation. Do y'all make your pork rinds or do you buy them?

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    I'm sad that I live in a land where the only pork rinds available are baken-ets. *pout*
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    I just use them to dip stuff for the most part. Salsa, guacamole, egg salad, tuna salad, "hummus" made from cashews.
    I have used them as breadcrumbs and that's good too.
    You can make pancakes out of them: Low-Carb Pancakes (Pork Rinds) Recipe -- Mr Breakfast
    That's all I've ever heard of doing with them. =]

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    I haven't tried them, but appreciate the recommendation. Do y'all make your pork rinds or do you buy them?
    Buy. They sell them in the Latin American food aisle at my grocery store, the Goya brand. I'm pretty sure those are literally the only ones available in my city. A large part of our population is vegan hippie health nuts and CW skinny college chicks, who would flip out at the very mention of pork rinds. =]
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayness View Post
    A large part of our population is vegan hippie health nuts and CW skinny college chicks, who would flip out at the very mention of pork rinds. =]
    Lol there should be a primal singles hub somewhere lol. Then again watching vegan/veggies eyes bulge out is pretty darn funny.

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    Oh my goodness this sounds AMAZING. I just made some homemade salsa tonight, I'll be going to the store for pork rinds tomorrow!

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