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How do I determine the cut of a pork steak prior to purchasing it?
Pork steaks can be (quoting Wikipedia): cut from the Loin, Leg or shoulder of the pig. When looking at a pork steak, is there some way that I can visually determine where the cut came from, ...
Sep 18 '12 at 17:07
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