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Carolina Country Snacks Pork Rinds Review

Name: Carolina Country Snacks Pork Rinds

Website:Amazon.com

Price: $24.00

Owners: Carolina Country Snacks

Overall Rank: 90 out of 100

Carolina Country Snacks Pork Rinds, Product Overview

These are flavored pork rinds. They are light and crispy. They mostly have a lot of air in them. The pork rinds are freshly cooked and packaged from Carolina Country’s kitchen. Coming in at less than one gram per serving, they are great alternative snacks for the Paleo, Ketogenic and low carbohydrate diets.

Carolina Country Pork rinds come in three flavors. There is plain, hot barbecue, sweet-mild barbecue and salt and vinegar. Due to the fact that there is a lot of air in them, the package size is only 1.75 ounces. Plain is only 1/5 ounces.

The Good & the Bad

The Good:

PRO #1: This will fit into the autoimmune, paleo, Ketogenic and any low carbohydrate diet.

PRO #2: The carbohydrate count is very low. It will not raise your blood glucose levels at all.

PRO #3: The flavors that these come in are very tasty.

The Bad:

CON #1: These are not snacks that are going to fill you up. Most likely, you can munch on these if you are adjusting to life without snacks.

CON #2: These snacks are mostly air. It is kind of costly. However, they are snacks and should only be eaten on occasion and not as your main source of sustenance.

Who are fried pork rinds for?

This is a snack for anyone who enjoys pork products. However, it does not taste that much like pork. Many restrictive diets include pork rinds and they can be used for the Ketogenic dieters, diabetics, low carbohydrate diets, Atkins diet, the South Beach Diet, the Autoimmune Paleo diet, the Paleo diet and even the Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet.

Pork rinds can be crushed and used in place of breading in some recipes that would use breading. An example of this could be mozzarella sticks, or buffalo wings.

Carolina County Snacks Support
You can contact Carolina Country Snacks with questions regarding the product. They offer contact information on their website. Their phone number is 888-526-0271. You can also contact them via email through their contact form on their website – https://ccsnacks.3dcartstores.com/crm.asp?action=contactus.

Additionally, you can use traditional mail and send it to the following address:

Carolina Country Snacks

513 Commerce Drive

Henderson, NC. 27537-9551
Carolina Country Pork Rinds Price

You can purchase a case of 24 bags of 1.8 ounce pork rinds for $25.00. I was able to obtain a bag of pork rinds for $0.99 at the grocery store. To me, a dollar an ounce is quite a bit of money for food. You mostly pay for air, but this product is supposed to be an occasionally fun treat and not your main sustenance.

My Final Opinion of Carolina Pork Rinds

I tried out the Salt and Vinegar flavor of Carolina Country Snacks Pork Rinds. The texture to me was reminiscent of Cheetos, cardboard and flavored rice cakes. I thought the flavoring was very mild. I could hardly detect the vinegar. I did like that there was a bit of crunch to them and can see how they may jazz up some dishes if you use them as an ingredient.

This was not my favorite ketogenic snack. I will likely not be purchasing them again, unless, I discover some recipe that calls for them that I really want to try. I suppose I could top off some recipes that use croutons, like the broccoli cheese casserole dish that is supposed to include croutons, and replace them with pork rinds. However, I will likely not keep them as a staple in my kitchen.

I would not try using them in place of chips in order to eat guacamole or another ketogenic dip. They were not even similar to chips in the least bit. While they may hold a dip well, there just isn’t much flavor to the pork rinds. I’m not a fan.

Carolina Country Pork Rinds at a Glance…

Name: Carolina Country Pork Rinds

Website: CCSnacks.com

Owners: Carolina Country Pork Rinds

Price: $24.00 for a case of 24

Overall Scam Rank: 75 out of 100

VERDICT: LEGIT – These pork rinds can add a crunch to a casserole. They can be a snack as you are cutting your carbohydrates and haven’t adjusted to not munching on snacks all day.