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Why are SDers not going to the closest Mexican grocery store and buying chicharrones for $10 a pound?
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Since when do pork rinds cost more than $0.50 an ounce?
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Here are dozens of cheaper options:
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Pink Himalayan Flavor
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PORK SKINS, SALT, PINK HIMALAYAN SEA SALT, SEA SALT.


This is exactly what I'm looking for in pork rinds. Pork and salt. Mmmmmmm...
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About $1 an ounce seems pretty solid, if you get the 15% S&S price. That's about what I've been paying ($6.97) at Costco for these 7oz bags:
https://www.costco.com/4505-chich...39042.htmlEdit: Seems you can use the coupon multiple times, at least for different flavors. Going to try BBQ and maple bacon, thanks OP
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I can get pork rinds for 50c an oz
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Pink Himalayan Flavor
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PORK SKINS, SALT, PINK HIMALAYAN SEA SALT, SEA SALT.


This is exactly what I'm looking for in pork rinds. Pork and salt. Mmmmmmm...
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Pink Himalayan Flavor
Ingredients
PORK SKINS, SALT, PINK HIMALAYAN SEA SALT, SEA SALT.


This is exactly what I'm looking for in pork rinds. Pork and salt. Mmmmmmm...
A salt trifecta!
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Why are SDers not going to the closest Mexican grocery store and buying chicharrones for $10 a pound?
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Since when do pork rinds cost more than $0.50 an ounce?
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Here are dozens of cheaper options:
https://www.walmart.com/search/?q...rk%20rinds
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Since when do pork rinds cost more than $0.50 an ounce?
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Here are dozens of cheaper options:
https://www.walmart.com/search/?q...rk%20rinds [walmart.com]
I was thinking the same thing. I usually get fresh pork rinds from the Mexican grocery store nearby for a few bucks A POUND. Adding "pink himalayan sea salt" makes it sound artisan therefor they can charge 2-10x the price I guess?

Also, it says "Keto friendly" but its actually not very keto friendly, 2.5g of fat compared to 11g protein.
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I was thinking the same thing. I usually get fresh pork rinds from the Mexican grocery store nearby for a few bucks A POUND. Adding "pink himalayan sea salt" makes it sound artisan therefor they can charge 2-10x the price I guess?

Also, it says "Keto friendly" but its actually not very keto friendly, 2.5g of fat compared to 11g protein.
Pork rinds are usually considered "Not a significant source of protein", though it doesn't say on this label, so the macros are actually more keto friendly. The appeal for me here is that they are baked and not fried in oil, saving on extra fats/calories.

Thanks op, gonna give them a try.
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I'm not knocking them but can someone explain why they like them?
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I'm not knocking them but can someone explain why they like them?
If you are on a Keto or atkins diet, or just trying to avoid carbs- pork grinds are great for satisfying that craving for something crunchy & salty like chips.
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Since when do pork rinds cost more than $0.50 an ounce?
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Here are dozens of cheaper options:
https://www.walmart.com/search/?q...rk%20rinds [walmart.com]
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Since when do pork rinds cost more than $0.50 an ounce?
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Here are dozens of cheaper options:
https://www.walmart.com/search/?q...rk%20rinds [walmart.com]
probably fried vs bake costs more
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Wow what a bunch of crock. Super expensive , don't care for pink salt. Pass
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Wow what a bunch of crock. Super expensive , don't care for pink salt. Pass
Just curious as to why you don't like pink salt lol
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