Pork Cracklins OK for chickens?

illinichick

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Mar 31, 2008
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I have a large box of pork cracklins and was wondering if my 7 month olds would benefit from the protein? maybe in small amounts such as a weekly treat?
 

fivebigreds

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Sep 9, 2007
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d.k :

* Deep-fried pig SKIN, I think, and yeah, surprisely high in protein. . . . and fat. For me, they just get stale too fast down here.

I belive that the skins are called pork rines and if cooked right shouldn't be greesey, the fried fat cubes are called cracklins . I have cut up and cooked off alot of lard from hogs. I still use lard as it is the only grease i use except butter.
 

ams3651

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Jan 23, 2008
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my grandfather made them when i was a kid, this past weekend was my uncle, dad, son and neighbor making scrapple.
 

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