‘Tis a sad reflection of the state of pork when considering the following:
Pork recently took the lead over its main competitor, chicken, in the battle to be the leanest white meat.
An analysis by the U.S. Department of Agriculture showed that a 3-ounce piece of pork tenderloin had 2.98 grams of fat while a 3-ounce skinless chicken breast contained 3.03 grams of fat.
In an unofficial analysis completed in a household of 3 in Seattle, it has also been found that the newer, leaner pork “tastes like salted carboard”.
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