Jonesin’ for that salty crunch

So there you are.

You could really, really go for some potato chips. There are some in the pantry. You are desperate. Maybe one won’t hurt…

Put the bag down and back away. There is an alternative.

Fried pork rinds. Yeah, I know, but maybe they won’t be as bad as you think. You might even come to think of them as your friend, your crunchy little buddy that helps you out once and a while

Just don’t get the flavored ones, those are sure to have illegals. Get the plain ones: just pork skin and salt. Check the label.

I hadn’t had them before being on this diet, but I’m glad I’ve got them now.

Yummmm! Crunchy AND salty!


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2 Responses to “Jonesin’ for that salty crunch”


  1. 1 Jill May 11, 2009 at 5:12 pm

    Hello,

    I just found your website and am super excited to find more recipes. Are the pork rinds fried? And if so, what kind of oil are they fried in? I would definitely love to eat these if I could, I love chips!!

    • 2 Paul Stocker May 12, 2009 at 9:29 am

      Jill,

      Yes, they are fried. I have to admit to not thinking about the oil and don’t know what kind they are fried in. I suppose it might vary with the manufacturer. It would be a good question to pose to them as we need to avoid canola oil if possible.

      -Paul


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