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What is the difference is between country-style pork ribs and boneless pork ribs?

I would like to know what is the difference is between country-style pork rib and boneless pork rib in a recipe?

Submitted by kb7huf1

Pork country-style ribs, which are meatier than pork loin back ribs, are available bone-in and boneless. So, use bone-in or boneless country-style ribs according to your recipe. They are not usually used interchangeably in recipes with pork loin back ribs, which have less meat and are always sold with bones.

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