|Our best advice is . . . . .don't.|
- Da Bo's bills itself as both "traditional" and "tender." While "traditional" is a more subjective term, "tender" is fairly straightforward and I can assure you that these are NOT tender.
- Lee's Pig Skins is touted as being "country style" and "seasoned dipper." Here I'm scratching my head. I'll leave "country style" alone and focus on "seasoned dipper." What does that mean? Who dips cracklin? Anyway, they are in strips, so, I suppose, if there was something to dip them in they'd be better for it than a nugget.
- Tom's Mega Cracklin - Let's see, how can I put this. . . . . well, Mega is defined as "large or great" and these cracklin are neither large nor great.
|A trifecta of yuck!|
Price = $2.00 for between 2-3.5 ounces (which equals about $16 per lb.)
Crunch = 3 Gratons
Meat/Fat/Skin Ratio = .03 Gratons
Seasoning = 2 Gratons
Presentation = 1 Gratons
OVERALL SCORE = 1.5 Gratons
Sold in stores around the South