Pork Bones 500/G

100.00

Why are they called Pork Bones?
The pork shoulder is taken from the top of the pig shoulder, is fairly tough, and typically is sold as a boneless roast. Pork shoulder chops also come from this area and are bone-in cuts. Meat from this area is also used for ground pork and sausage.

EXTRA INFORMATION
Pork stock can be used anywhere you’d use a pork bone in the soup. That’s a good place to start, with things like clam chowder or split pea soup. Baked beans are delicious with pork stock, and we make pinto beans for burritos and white beans for soups using pork stock. Many Asian soup recipes also call for pork stock.

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