Pork belly

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Pork belly. The upper third still contains rib bones
Belly meat with rind and bone
grilled pork belly in one piece

The pork belly is the name given to the pieces of the rear ( caudal ), lower ( ventral ) chest of the domestic pigs that are well streaked with fat and streaked with ribs . The rib bones (with the surrounding tissue) of the upper third are (comparable to the rib in cattle, used, for. Example, for spareribs ) as peeling rib , sparerib , Leiterchen and the rest as pork belly offered that as bacon also streaky bacon is processed . Pork belly canboiled , fried or preserved by curing and air drying or smoking .