If you want to be sure of exactly what has gone into your mince then choose a whole piece of pork and ask your butcher to mince it for you (most butchers will be happy to do this). Try mixing a fattier cut such as belly with a leaner piece from the leg or shoulder.
Minced pork can be substituted for minced beef or lamb, or mixed with them for a different flavour. Use for meatballs, Chinese dumplings or Thai-style pork balls. Season and shape into patties, burgers or make your own sausages.
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