fatback

[n] - salt pork from the back of a hog carcass
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Fatback

Fat'back` noun (Zoology) The menhaden.
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fatback

noun salt pork from the back of a hog carcass
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Fatback

• (n.) The menhaden.
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Fatback

Fat from the back of a pig. Fatback is often confused with salt pork, which comes from the belly or sides of a pig. Fatback may be used to make lard or cracklings, as well as for seasoning. Fresh fatback may be refrigerated for up to a week, or up to a month if cured.
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Fatback

Fatback is a cut of meat from a domestic pig. It consists of the layer of adipose tissue (subcutaneous fat) under the skin of the back, with or without the skin (pork rind). Fatback is `hard fat`, distinct from the visceral fat that occurs in the abdominal cavity and is called `soft fat` and leaf lard. Like other types of pig fat, fatback may ...
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