Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long of a shelf life do microwaveable pork rinds have ?
A: They can be stored dry for up to 1 year. Keeping them in your cabinet is the best choice. It is best to only cook as many as you think that you will eat at a time. They all taste the best the fresher they are.

Q: Do I have to use the brown bags to cook the pork rinds ?
A: It is possible to cook them between paper towels but for the crunchiest and freshest taste the small brown bags definitely work the best. This will also allow you to experiment with different seasonings that you at home may want to try.

Q: How long should I cook them for ?
A: Your first couple of batches will be a sort experimental time for learning how to cook with your particular microwave. The best idea is to cook one serving on high for about 90 seconds and see where that gets you. Ashy dark sections are burned and will need less time, while hard brown corners means that the pellet has not fully cooked and will need a little longer. Change your time either way by about 10 seconds and you should soon have a consistent setting that will give you hot and fresh pork rinds every time.