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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    Pigs roll around in their own feces. Have fun eating that pork rind.
    Funny...fecal matter isn't listed in the ingredients.
    At least he didn't use the old "you are what you eat" argument.

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    crunchy dried up pig parts are nasty
    As much as they are nasty, they are good.
    It's really hard to explain, you just have to try them.
    And in order to get the full effects of their wholesome goodness you should probably drink at least 8-10 beers.
    lol I have tried them.
    They are just as bad as rice cakes

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    crunchy dried up pig parts are nasty
    As much as they are nasty, they are good.
    It's really hard to explain, you just have to try them.
    And in order to get the full effects of their wholesome goodness you should probably drink at least 8-10 beers.
    lol I have tried them.
    They are just as bad as rice cakes
    Brutal man...comparing these delectable little crispy bacon flavored pig fat treats to rice cakes?
    Unbelievable.
    ;D

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    crunchy dried up pig parts are nasty
    As much as they are nasty, they are good.
    It's really hard to explain, you just have to try them.
    And in order to get the full effects of their wholesome goodness you should probably drink at least 8-10 beers.
    lol I have tried them.
    They are just as bad as rice cakes
    Which... after 8-10 beers... aren't too bad either.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "C" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    crunchy dried up pig parts are nasty
    As much as they are nasty, they are good.
    It's really hard to explain, you just have to try them.
    And in order to get the full effects of their wholesome goodness you should probably drink at least 8-10 beers.
    lol I have tried them.
    They are just as bad as rice cakes
    Which... after 8-10 beers... aren't too bad either.
    Excellent point.

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    Never tried them.

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    The ones I've had just taste like grease and oil, like a cheese doodle that melts in your mouth, I taste no pork.

    Not terrible in flavor, the texture is odd, overall they're ok I guess.

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
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    crunchy dried up pig parts are nasty
    As much as they are nasty, they are good.
    It's really hard to explain, you just have to try them.
    And in order to get the full effects of their wholesome goodness you should probably drink at least 8-10 beers.
    lol I have tried them.
    They are just as bad as rice cakes
    Brutal man...comparing these delectable little crispy bacon flavored pig fat treats to rice cakes?
    Unbelievable.
    ;D
    Yeah. That's crossing the line. I mean pooh pie probably tastes better than rice cakes.
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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    "Mr" wrote:
    The ones I've had just taste like grease and oil, like a cheese doodle that melts in your mouth, I taste no pork.

    Not terrible in flavor, the texture is odd, overall they're ok I guess.
    Probably the best summary yet, although the ones I am eating have a very strong pork flavor.

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    Re: Pork Rinds - Love em? or Hate em?

    How many pork rinds can you get out of one pig?
    How many pigs have died in to put that little piece of fat in pork of beans?

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