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Uses for the smoked rind after removal?

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I removed the smoked rind from the belly I did the other day and man does it smell good. So, can I still make cracklins from it? If I make soup with it, will it be too chewy? Can I feed it to dogs at the animal shelter where I volunteer? Any other ideas?
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Hello.  Apply some salt, celery salt and some cayenne pepper ( if you like it spicy ) to that skin and then put it under the broiler.  Crisp it up and you have some good eats.  In a soup; yes it will be tough or chewy.  Hope this helps.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

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Thanks, KC, I think I might know what I'm going to have for a snack when I get home from work!
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Edited by Black - 10/16/13 at 8:38pm
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