What is objectively the most delicious and versatile of all animal flesh, and why is it pork?
>any number of sausages/cured meats
>pickled pigs feet
The only thing I will say is pork makes pretty poor stock compared to chicken or cow.
C'mon folks. If you had to only eat the flesh of a single animal, you're wrong i fyou don't pick pig.
Damn...so like only one species of fish?
I guess I'd go with chicken then. You can fry it, grill it, bake it and it all has different qualities. There's also a ton of different things you can do with chicken when it comes to seasonings and sauces
Plus I gotta have my chicken tendies
Except pork is shite. It's always dry unless you are using pork belly or made into sausages. Dry ass stringy meat everywhere. Chicken is good with only the breast being dry, and beef only eye of round.
>pork makes pretty poor stock compared to chicken or cow.
I might have believed this but I just had tonkotsu recently and it blew my mind. One of the most delicious things I've ever had. The chicken stock ramen they had was not nearly as good. Give it a try.
If you aren't a poorfag, you could do the same thing I try to do: Buy animal products from more humane sources.
In my country it's quite easy. Meat, milk and eggs marked as organic have to come from animals with decent living conditions. For instance, chickens do not have their beaks trimmed, have windows and hay in their coops and access to a vegetated pen with 4m2 (43ft2) per hen.
I love meat too much to go vegetarian, and this way the animals avoid torturous conditions while I get high quality food.
Depends on the cut. Shoulders are very fatty so they can stand up to a lot of cooking and still be moist. Pork loin has nowhere near as much fat so it tends to be really dry when overcooked even a little bit.