Lamb/Pork fat/rind, to eat or not to eat?

Answered on May 17, 2017
Created June 15, 2013 at 9:20 PM

Hey guys,

Is it ok to eat the fat/rind that comes on pork/lamb chops?

I find it the tastiest bit of the meat but am keen to learn if it is really ok to do so although i do keep it to a bare minimum!

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on July 14, 2013
at 12:40 AM

I personally love it & wolf it down without a second thought, it's part of the animal. I'm sure our ancestors didn't separate the fat from the meat & i'm not about to start either. As long as its from a healthy animal(free range/grass fed) i wouldn't worry about it. I render my own lard from pork skin & enjoy the cracklings with salt & pepper. Enjoy my friend.


on May 11, 2017
at 10:39 AM

Yes, you can eat it.



on May 17, 2017
at 09:07 AM

The fat is good - and the rind is a great source of gelatin, collegen etc. Go for it!



on December 07, 2016
at 04:52 PM

we are commanded not to eat PORK, it is an unclean animal, they clean up our world, like garbage trucks, they have some 70 diseases in there flesh alone, buzzards won't even eat them when they die, but they are essential to our environment, they absorb bacteria to keep the barnyard clean for the other animals. As far as the fat, of any animal, THE FATHER says DO NOT EAT THE FAT, OR THE BLOOD, they belong to HIM. Bottom feeders in our waters are the same as pigs, they clean up the ocean floors, and rivers, if they don't have fins & scales, DON'T EAT THEM!

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