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    TVWBB Super Fan Scott Waller's Avatar
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    I have never really seen a pork steak around here but love thick cut pork chops. I imagine would be close to the same.
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    Everything up here sold as a "pork steak" is cut from the shoulder/butt.
    Same here, Eric. If folks can't find pork steaks at their favourite store, ask the butcher to cut up a shoulder into 1 inch steaks, you'll make him/her smile
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Lampe View Post
    Same here, Eric. If folks can't find pork steaks at their favourite store, ask the butcher to cut up a shoulder into 1 inch steaks, you'll make him/her smile
    Boneless works just as well and those you can cut at home: half the butt, then cut the halves, into half again.

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