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Amazon [amazon.com] has Lowrey's Bacon Curls Microwave Pork Rinds (Hot & Spicy) for $0.98. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+
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18 pack is $13.48.... they are good, FYI.
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Thanks,
Wanted to try these but didn't want to purchase the 18 pack yet.
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Thanks,
Wanted to try these but didn't want to purchase the 18 pack yet.
I ordered these a month ago I believe the deal was, the 18 pack. If you like pork rinds you wont be disappointed.
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I ordered these a month ago I believe the deal was, the 18 pack. If you like pork rinds you wont be disappointed.
Would you say hot and spicy is less salty than original? I love heat, hotter the better, but not so much salty.
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Would you say hot and spicy is less salty than original? I love heat, hotter the better, but not so much salty.
From a salt perspective it tastes the same to me, like any other brand of rinds. As for the heat its a mild spiciness.
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In for a try
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Would you say hot and spicy is less salty than original? I love heat, hotter the better, but not so much salty.

So I was in the mood so I just made some. Quick update going down salt level and spiciness moderate at best. Long term build up after 2-3 handfuls saltiness factor is a solid 8.5 out of 10. So probably wont be able to eat too many of them, which is maybe a good thing?
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so why not beef skin or chicken skin or fish skin.. oh...here it is. Never seen in store. Always have pork rinds at 99 cent store.

https://www.amazon.com/Howards-Cr...B01H65IUUI


pork rinds are made of pig skin. But how are they made? The first step in the process is simmering the pork skin in boiling water. They're then divided up into bite-size pieces known as "pellets." These pellets are chilled for at least four hours, allowing the fat to solidify. This fat is then removed and discarded.

Next, the pellets are left in a low-heat oven for about eight hours in order to remove as much moisture as possible. This leads us to the final step: frying. Pork rinds may be fried in peanut oil, vegetable oil, or even lard.

During the frying process, whatever moisture remains in the skin evaporates when it hits the hot oil, causing the skin to puff as it fries. The rinds are then seasoned while they're still hot, and then cooled, transforming into the snacks we're familiar with. You can find pork rinds in all sorts of flavors depending on how they're seasoned, including barbeque, chile pepper, and more.
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If u like pork rinds I can tell u these are good! Still can't imagine how they can make dried pork rinds turn out so good in the microwave!!!
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Does this contain PFAS like microwave popcorn?
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so why not beef skin or chicken skin or fish skin..
https://youtu.be/tTvyRAms_Fg
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Believe it or not I was eating these 30 years ago when I was watching carbs...and weight. I'm not sure if they're the same brand or not. But, I loved them then.
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Would you say hot and spicy is less salty than original? I love heat, hotter the better, but not so much salty.
Yes...i have both on hand and the hot n spicy live up to their name,the original are a nice change of pace,the original don't taste salty at all to me,they shine more in the texture than taste department IMO.
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