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Unread 12-25-2012, 12:55 AM   #1
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Question Need easy way to Shed Pork

I am new to the pulled pork seen and have found it a pain to shred the pork after you cook it and was asking if anyone knows anything about these pork shredders you add to a drill (Roman $70, Ultimate $60 and Porkinator $40) do they work like they say or are they just a SCAM. The videos look great, quick and easy 10 to 20 lbs of pork in a fraction of time, shredding made easy.

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I'm going to go out on a limb here, but if its hard to pull, you may not be getting tender enough. I can drop mine and it will pull itself.
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I'm going to go out on a limb here, but if its hard to pull, you may not be getting tender enough. I can drop mine and it will pull itself.
+1 I'm on the same limb. Tell us more about you're process of making PP.
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I use two forks and it comes out fine.
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These work really well.


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Turkey lifters or forks work well too.



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If it is done right you pull the bone out and slap it with the palm of your hand. Take it to 200 deg.

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Give some details on your cook, you should be able to pull by hand, no need for fancy tools.

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I use one of these


Hit it 4-5 times and it is ready to go.
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Bear claws: http://php2.secure-shopping.com/hawg...9&cat=7&page=1
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The roman works real good,However to get a feel of how good before the purchase I used the end of my rotissere spike. Push the forked end to the end of the bar and put it into the drill, be easy on it, put the butts in a deep stock pot and go for it .
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Cook to 195, pull out bone and spread with hands. Done.
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If you like shredded pork (definitely NOT my favorite), bear claws does very good, forks can do just as good. But, like offthehook said, you may not be cooking it long enough, because to some degree it should be falling apart.

Me, I like pulled pork left in small chunks roughly the size of your thumb because they hold moisture much better and retain their taste better, and this is done best with your hands.
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I love my Roman ..works great and speeds up process. I agree with the above statements that it shouldn't pull hard, but the Roman is great for large quantities
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