Pork skins, also known as pork rinds, are a crunchy fried snack food. They are made by chopping, cooking and smoking pieces of pork skin, before deep-frying the pieces in 400-degree-Fahrenheit lard.
There are no carbohydrates in pork skin, which making pork skins a low-glycemic food, but with little impact on blood sugar. Pork skins don't contain any sugar or fiber, but they can be very high in sodium.
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