There is no need to labor away at our Boneless Pork Loin Roast. You can consume this cut of meat without needing to work around any bones.
You can barbecue this product over indirect heat or bake it in the oven.
To create a truly savory final product, try brining it or rubbing it with a homemade spice mixture.
People often use loin roast and tenderloin interchangeably, but there are some notable differences to make. The former comes from the area of a pig that's between the leg and shoulder. Also, it tends to be wider and thicker.
We never use GMOs, antibiotics, drugs, or steroids when we raise our pigs, and we pasture-raised.
We can provide you with an ethically-produced product that tastes good and is good for your health.