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Post by amybyrd21 on Fri May 15, 2009 10:29 pm

I once lived by a lady that told me you could eat everything on a pig but the squeal. I have run across a couple recipes that hold true to this.

Pork Dinuguan uses the fresh blood of a slaughtered pig

Head cheese- uses the head of the pig

Dinakdakan (Ilocano Grilled Pig Head/Face)

Brains and chittlings- Always wanted to try chittlings until I found out what they were and being an EMT I just couldnt eat that lol.

You have pigs feet , dogs chew on pigs ears.

Bones for stock.

Lard for soaps and cooking.

Skin for cracklings and pork rinds.

When alive they till up garden spots, eat food waste, fertilize and make cool pets. I have wanted to walk one on a leash but hubby said they would walk me.

I guess a pig has a lot of uses. Can anyone come up with any more?
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