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I have a question about the recipe "Stir-Fried Minced Pork & Soy Bean Sprouts" from Vivian Lee. What type of pork should I use?

asked by Corinne 4 months ago

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DonnaM
added 4 months ago

Minced pork really is another term for ground pork. I would think, if you are grinding your own meat, that you would choose a fattier cut - such as shoulder and would not use tenderloin. The ground pork prepackaged at the store is always made from fattier cuts of pork and is ideal! I hope that helps, just my two cents:-)

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