Pork Neck Soup Bones are a delicious option for slow cooking recipes, with great meat to bone portions of meat. This delicious flavor you can’t find in any other place in the hog.
When you slowly cook the Pork Neck Soup Bones you get tender pieces of meat as well as all the flavor in its bones. This reason is why a lot of comfort food recipes use this particular ingredient. The bone marrow adds a great health factor to dishes made with neck bones.
The meat / bone ratio in this product is around 50%-50%, so you literally get as much bones as you get meat. It has around 24 grams of protein per portion and is rich in calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium.
Free of hormones, antibiotics, steroids and with a rich and natural diet, the pork is raised from Rare Heritage breeds, including Red Wattle, Mulefoot and Large Black.
Try this Cajun Pork Neck Bones recipe!