Can I bury a bit of raw pork in salt, leave it then eat it?

Answer If you leave the pork somewhere cool (freezer/fridge) it is completly fine. As long as it has something covering it, plastic, (salt) strongest perservative in the world. You could eat it in a month... Read More »

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What happens when you hit a parked car drive home and then figure out you hit it and then go back to the scene and leave your information with the receptionist?

Answer first of all how could you not "know" you hit it? Its better to be late then never.

How is salt pork made?

Salt pork is made from the belly of a pig. It is not smoked like bacon, and believe it or not, it is even fattier than bacon. It is salt-packed for preservation.Pioneer MeatSalt pork was used frequ... Read More »

Can you leave the net on boneless pork roast?

Meat netting can remain intact when cooking a pork roast, and functions to hold the meat in a specific shape when roasting. Comprised of food-grade fabric or polymer, the netting poses no risk when... Read More »

What is another name for salt pork?

According to The National Center for Home Food Preservation Guide and Literature Review Series document "Smoking and Curing," salt pork is also known as salted pork belly fat. It is closely related... Read More »