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Pork loin is a meat cut from hindquarter of pork. It may contain the tenderloin (of which the head is cut from the leg) and the neck. Pork loin is often separated along the backbone in two parts. The back fat is usually removed before it is sold. Without the outer fat layer the meat of pork loin has only 5% of fat.

Pork Loin

Pork loin may also be separated in the rear sirloin roast, the center loin roast and the shoulder blade roast. Rib chops and cutlets are cut from the loin. Pork loin is sold cured and smoked, for example for the German Kassler.


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