Bone-In Pork Loin
Bone-In Pork Loin
Bone-In Pork Loin

Bone-In Pork Loin

Regular price $40 Unit price  per 

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Bone-In Pork Loin is such a versatile cut and one of our favorites here at Primal Pastures. You can leave it whole, rub it with herbs and roast it, you can also cut it into beautiful bone in pork chops, or you can even cut the bones off and have yourself a mini rack of baby back ribs. Whatever you choose to do with this cut, it's sure to be a crowd pleaser. 

 

All of our pork products come from Primal Pastures in Temecula, CA  or Clear Creek Farm in Spalding, Nebraska.  They are raised free range, outside, and given no antibiotics or hormones.  They eat a natural omnivore diet of local and seasonal fruits, nuts, vegetables, and certified organic, soy/GMO free grains. This is far and away the best hog in Southern California.

Bone-In Pork Loin

Customer Reviews

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J.B.
Mostly fat and bone

I was really excited for this product, but unfortunately it showed up with a rather large fat cap and mostly bone. I don’t think theres enough meet to serve more than 1 person. Wont be buying again

b
b.s.
Great meat

I received my order on time and it was great.

E
E.H.
Delicious! We loved it!

This bone pork loin was amazing! We grilled it over a wood fire and it was so juicy and tender. We have already ordered more.

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K.
Onolicious

So so good! This is my favorite because they are juicy, awesome flavor and texture. We sprinkle Tajin on the pork and it is oh so delicious.

J
J.
Wonderful cut! Was my first bone-in pork roast and it did not disappoint!

I waited for the perfect time to break this guy out - right when the weather turned and it was time for some major roasting. I hadn't ever done a bone-in pork loin like this before so I was a bit intimidated, but I knew from working with some of the other pork products that as long as you let the product shine and be careful not to overcook the tenderness out of it, it would be ok. And ok is an understatement! We don't eat much pork normally, but I'm just waiting for the moment our freezer empties out enough that I can snag another one!