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Unread 03-19-2013, 06:10 PM   #1
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Has anybody ever cooked Pork kidneys? Kroger had them set out with all the pork butts and loins. They look like a good piece of meat but wonder how it taste and what way to cook it.
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No! I have not.
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I haven't but I would look into making steak and kidney pie, which is popular in Britain, if I wanted to cook them.
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I've never been interested since I first heard you have to soak them repeatedly and even boil them to get as much of the urine odor and flavor out as possible.

I'm sure someone has some tips and tricks though.
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I too have not tried them myself.

Google.com is where I would start.
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My neighbor cooks them and like "Bigabyte" says they have to be soaked and rinsed many times before you "boil the pi$$ out of them"' as my neighbor puts it.

They have a strong overpowering odor when cooking.
Just from that odor I do not think I could bring myself to taste them. I am sure we eat them in hot dogs and other sausage type products from the grocery store.

Maybe there are better ways to prepare them where the odor might be less offensive...
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Gonna have to say pass on this one...good luck!
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Just think for a bit about what their purpose is.

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Yuck, run away now.
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My neighbor cooks them and like "Bigabyte" says they have to be soaked and rinsed many times before you "boil the pi$$ out of them"' as my neighbor puts it.

They have a strong overpowering odor when cooking.
Just from that odor I do not think I could bring myself to taste them. I am sure we eat them in hot dogs and other sausage type products from the grocery store.

Maybe there are better ways to prepare them where the odor might be less offensive...
Do they smell as yummy as pork chitlings when they're cooking?
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No one asked. What is a "good" price?
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No one asked. What is a "good" price?
Then again no one said they were selling them for a "good" price
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Then again no one said they were selling them for a "good" price
Sorry, he said "looks like a good piece of meat." I figured they had to be a good price to be asking. It is still a good question. What was the price?
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Sorry, he said "looks like a good piece of meat." I figured they had to be a good price to be asking. It is still a good question. What was the price?
I don't think free would be a good enough price for me, I'll let someone else try them.
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I don't think free would be a good enough price for me, I'll let someone else try them.
The special in the meat department this week, you have to take a kidney if you want to buy any meat!
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