Pork floss: it's a strange name, but a fitting description for the light, fluffy, thread-like seasoned dried pork product that can be used to add porkiness to just about anything. Although it's easily found at Chinese grocery stores in large, clear plastic containers, you can also make a fresh batch in your own kitchen. Check out Chow Times' pork floss recipe with step-by-step photos next time you get a hankering for pork floss (or perhaps if you want to fill your home with sweet, porky fumes).
If you don't know what to use pork floss for, read Chow Times' earlier pork floss post for ideas. My favorite way of eating it is just to put it on rice. Boring and lacking in nutrition, but tasty and temporarily hunger-suppressing.
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