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Old 05-02-2011, 11:24 AM   #61
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Ahhhh La Azteca in my hometown, they make fresh pork rinds and have the MOST amazing fresh chicken and beef fajita meat. I will definitely be hitting it up when I get home!! I miss Mexican food!! Cali Mexican is just not the same
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Finally went to get pork rinds b/c you are all making me hungry, and I've never tried them before, and my grocery store didn't carry ANY, not even in the Goya brand aisle. Darn you, Giant food stores!!!!! Don't mess with a hungry girl on a low carb diet in need of salty snacks! I was proud though, that I walked through the chip/pretzel aisle and didn't grab something else instead!
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The Lowery's microwave pork rinds are awesome, but someone did point out that they contain MSG.

I bought some of the plain ones and popped them up last night, poured them out on a paper plate and sprinkled some of the Nacho cheese powder on them and they were great. My husband and I ate them with some homemade "Clean out the Refrigerator" vegetable soup.
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I use Linda Sue's Cream Taco Soup as a "dip" for them. Having a chicken "dip" made with a shredded chicken thigh, salami, provolone cheese, bacon and sour cream for lunch.

I did have a hard time finding them last night! The store i went to said that they had such a "high" demand for them that they moved to an end cap at the end of the aisle. thought that was funny. They now have their own place in the world!
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Yeeehah!!

I don't actually like the taste of pork rinds by themselves, but I discovered an absolutely amazing ketogenic cocktail: Pork rinds and homemade onion dip (Lipton's Onion Soup Mix and sour cream). Although, you do have to watch the carbs a little if you are on Induction, as well as be aware of the calories if you are prone to taking in too many. However, I found that 1/4 cup of onion dip and an ounce and a half of por rinds are an awesome snacky kind of meal.

The numbers are 480 calories and 6 grams of carbs.

My problem, however, is I have to force myself to stop! lol With my appetite, I can polish of a whole back of pork rinds (3 ounces) and easily 8 to 10 ounces of onion dip, which would being me to upwards of 1,100 calories and 15 grams of carbs in one sitting.
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I use Linda Sue's Cream Taco Soup as a "dip" for them. Having a chicken "dip" made with a shredded chicken thigh, salami, provolone cheese, bacon and sour cream for lunch.

I did have a hard time finding them last night! The store i went to said that they had such a "high" demand for them that they moved to an end cap at the end of the aisle. thought that was funny. They now have their own place in the world!
pork rinds must be in high demand in my area, everytime, i go to walmart, the shelf is empty, except for the bbq flavor, which i stay away from, i think there are to many additives in those---i have to by several bags when i do find them

this dip sounds delicous, will have to try
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We sometimes go to a town by the name of CANTON. And they have Canton Trade Days...Kinda like a huge flea market except better!

I try to buy the fresh ones there. The taste is AMAZING!!!!! They have giant bags for $3.00. I don't go very often but that's one of the places that i stop at when I do go.
Our Texas HEB grocery stores carry some huge ones near the deli that are great and cost $2.98. They are a junk food, but most people are human, and occassionally want a treat, and if it is legal, why not? Good luck to all!
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I consider pork rinds to be LC processed junk food. I don't eat processed foods so the carb count is not a factor.
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Count me among the few who avoid these things. I can see that the ones fresh from the carniceria might be okay...but I've never found any of the packaged ones that aren't loaded up with chemicals and crap.

I tried them once or twice on my last go-around during desperate snack cravings and they did stall me (probably the sodium). I find the less I indulge in processed foods, LC or not, the better.

Note to those who say their brand does not have MSG. Be aware that MSG goes by many, many names and sometimes you'll find it listed several times in various ways on a label, which is super gross when you think how much you're getting. Here is a list of the all of the hidden sources of MSG.
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Pork rinds are processed?

I suppose they could be. But so can chicken breast, yougurt , potatos, cheese , beef or anything else .

Like anything else--- eat real pork rinds don't eat fake pork rinds. If stuck between fake pork rinds and real potato fries..... Well.... To carb or not to carb ... Or do without(zzzzz)
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I used to eat a whole large bag at a sitting... best to measure a portion than snack from the bag!
Lately I've been covering a large dinner plate or large cereal bowl... 1 deep with my favorite pork rinds. I spray lightly with a no carb cooking spray then I use a shaker to shake cinnamon & Splenda (my choice of sweetener, use your own) in an old cinnamon shaker. I find them very tasty and can stop after one bowl. Satisfies my need for something crunchy.
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I don't consider them to be healthy at all- to me they are the low carb equivalent to potato chips. They are very processed, have negligible nutrients, and are very calorific. Nuts are such a much better snack.
I have to agree. I see them as low carb potato chips and when I *really* want the greasy, salty, crunchy, they hit the spot...but I don't keep them in the house and only buy a small bag when I'm really wanting that treat and treat means 'rarely'.

I've tried them as breading but wasn't impressed.
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I can polish of a whole back of pork rinds (3 ounces) and easily 8 to 10 ounces of onion dip, which would being me to upwards of 1,100 calories and 15 grams of carbs in one sitting.
Yep...me too. That's why I only buy the small bags. My sister introduced me to microwaveable pork rinds. They work just like the microwave popcorn and OMG are they fantastic! I may never eat the others again!
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adding a comment here, since people are reading about pork rinds...

I see people talking about pulverizing them to use as breading or filler in things like meatloaf.

I also find that most packages have about 2/3 nice flat crisp pieces and 1/3 weird sort of rolled up harder pieces. I have been known to toss those out to avoid breaking a tooth.

But now I realize I should stash the hard clumpy ones till I need to grind some up and use those. Duh.

hope this idea is helpful to others!
seriously, watch out, cause even pulverized, these little nipples ( as my friends call them) will still crack a tooth, just throw them out to be safe!

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In previous generations and currently in other countries, we ate/eat snout to tail. If it's an animal product in my humble opinion, it's not a junk food.

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The best form of collagen is delivered via pig feet. Vegetable fat provides very little collagen.
Exactly! Is chicken skin considered a junk food? Just because we removed the skin and cooked and ate it seperately it's somehow NOT food but junk? Oi, This is what is wrong with the first world these days.

Seriously, though, if someone is using pork rinds as their ONLY source of protein, THEN I might be concerned, but it's the covering of the living pig that we just ate!
We might as well call bone broth junk food since it provides not proteinn nor fat, but only gelatin which is not a complete nutrient, Oh Noes!

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Pork rinds are processed?

I suppose they could be. But so can chicken breast, yougurt , potatos, cheese , beef or anything else .

Like anything else--- eat real pork rinds don't eat fake pork rinds. If stuck between fake pork rinds and real potato fries..... Well.... To carb or not to carb ... Or do without(zzzzz)
All of my pork rinds are pork skin and salt, and sometimes other flavoring ingredients. I've never seen a "fake" pork rind, but I guess if you put the wrong seasoning on it it it becomes imaginary! my Bf calls my oopsies fake buns or "unbuns", so I even though they are real food, they are somehow fake food!

Besides that, I lost the link, but someone did an analysis of pork rinds and said it had a profile similar to steak as far as fat and protein, but until I find it , don't quote me on that.
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^^ Good post!

If the notion that a food is processed and therefore junk, that will leave off a lot of great foods such as chocolate, just about any dairy, coffee, sausage, bacon, butter, coconut oil, olive oil, olives, sauerkraut, kimchi, roasted nuts, chicken liver pate... you get the idea.
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But don't you think there's a difference between "processed" olive oil and pork rinds flavored with MSG, corn syrup solids and such?

I say of course there is! If you are watching the guy at your local carniceria fry up pork fat in front of your eyes and add a little salt and pepper before serving to you, that's a very different proposition than opening a chip bag full of the pork and loads of extra additives.

Not ALL pork rinds have these, but many of the flavored ones do. And there are almost always some type of preservative. So it's just about making good choices.
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Olive oil can be highly processed with chemicals and blended with other less desirable oils. It is about paying attention to what the food is with attention to detail. This is true of pretty much all foods. Quality is key. To dismiss a food as junk on the basis of being 'processed' is short sighted in my opinion.
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Pork rinds are processed?

I suppose they could be. But so can chicken breast, yougurt , potatos, cheese , beef or anything else .

Like anything else--- eat real pork rinds don't eat fake pork rinds. If stuck between fake pork rinds and real potato fries..... Well.... To carb or not to carb ... Or do without(zzzzz)
I can not quite recall ever seeing fake poork rinds.



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Olive oil can be highly processed with chemicals and blended with other less desirable oils. It is about paying attention to what the food is with attention to detail. This is true of pretty much all foods. Quality is key. To dismiss a food as junk on the basis of being 'processed' is short sighted in my opinion.


I don't see pork rinds as 'processed" unless you count deep frying as processing. In which case I guess you would eat all your foods raw? The ones I buy have only fried pork skin and salt. (From Aldi's) Funny though that it doesn't say what it's fried in. Junk? I don't really care. They're yummy, they satisfy a craving and keep me from eating something carbier. To those of you that won't eat them - Hooray!! More for the rest of us who don't live by such high standards.
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I have never seen pork rinds without lots of additives, especially msg. And, that is what makes them junky- the added ingredients plus some of them are fried in hydrogenated oil = trans fats.

If you are getting the fresh ones and they only have salt/pepper, then that's a totally different story.
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Anyone ever make their own pork rinds? They will change your life! They are just that amazing!

They're great for snacking although I haven't had good luck with using the homemade ones crushed up for "breading" on chicken.

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Unless one is buying flavored pork rinds (which I don't) they all have two ingredients: pork skin and salt. If no oil is specified, they are fried in lard, from the pig whence they came. I don't see how there is any packaged food much less processed than pork rinds.
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I don't really worry about what other people consider junk.

Pork rinds aren't junk food in my lexicon, but they are snack food. That doesn't make them good or bad, just a snack that happens to be very low carb and surprisingly versatile.

Even though I grew up eating them as a kid in New England, I tend to use them as "breading" more than eating them on their own, simply because I'm not a big snacker. I now live in the land of freshly made pork rinds and chicharrones, and I buy those as well as the packaged brands.

If you choose not to eat them, good for you. If you choose to feel superior about it, I can't get behind that.
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My problem with PR's is the amount of sodium and msg. Besides that they're edible with a diet pop.
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I'm surprised how many people are claiming that pork rinds have msg and other junk in them. Add me as another who says I have never seen a bag of "regular" or "plain" (not flavored with chili-lime, bbq, etc) pork rinds that had anything other than pork skin and salt.
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Okay, since I had a bag in the cupboard, I thought I'd take a look. Nope. Pork rinds and salt, just like always.
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Okay, since I had a bag in the cupboard, I thought I'd take a look. Nope. Pork rinds and salt, just like always.


Yep, no MSG or other processing junk in mine either.

This is hilarious... who'da thunk we'd get this many posts over pork skin and salt?
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I guess if people assume it's junk, then it must be assumed that it also contains undesirable ingredients ( even if it doesn't) . Makes it easier to "decide" that it is junk, especially if they have no idea about the actual ingredients or properties. Look at what was said about coconut oil, eggs, lard ...pick your high fat food and someone has, at some point in recent history, called it Junk without any evidence that it is actually harmful.

I saw a review on amazon of a magnesium product where someone thought they got the wrong product then ranted that the "wrong product" had MSM in it which caused him to have severe allergy pain. In fact, the ingredient list plainly listed the active ingredient and water only, and,as pointed out by the companies response, NONE of the companies products contain any MSM. This person wanted to reject the product and made up an added ingredient to justify his rejection of the product.

Pork Rind = Pork skin and Salt.
If you buy flavors, then flavoring ingredients are what you are eating, but that doesn't change the fact that pork rinds are just pork skin and salt.
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I'll jump in and say that I, too, do not understand why people on this thread are calling pork rinds "junk food" with additives, etc.

Plain pork rinds are not junk food and do not have additives. To the people who are saying they are junk food, is it because you are looking at the flavored ones?
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