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Amazon [amazon.com] has Utz Pork Rinds, 18 oz Barrel for $10.08 - 5% S&S = $9.58 with Free Prime Shipping

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mine arrived with no seal...
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Gently used pork rinds
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Great ZERO carb snack!
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Is this like Asian flossy pork?
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Is this like Asian flossy pork?
Can't say for sure, but I believe flossy pork is stewed and dried meat (muscle) whereas pork rinds are fried pig skin. I haven't had flossy pork though, so can't comment on how similar they taste.
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Can't say for sure, but I believe flossy pork is stewed and dried meat (muscle) whereas pork rinds are fried pig skin. I haven't had flossy pork though, so can't comment on how similar they taste.
Flossy pork is like 200% better and healthier if you use high quality ingredients. You can't stay alive by eating pork rinds.
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As the other thread said, look around for the best prices on this. Sams Club has these for $14 bucks for a 2 pack of this size on their website. Same brand and $3 less per bucket.
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Copied from Wikipedia:

"Pork rinds, sometimes cracklings, is the American name for fried or roasted skins of pigs, geese or other animals, regardless of the status or amount of pork in the snack."

What other animals to they use?
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"Pork rinds, sometimes cracklings, is the American name for fried or roasted skins of pigs, geese or other animals, regardless of the status or amount of pork in the snack."

What other animals to they use?
You're an animal.
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Thank you for noticing.
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makes a good gluten free breading if you mash them up.
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