January 11, 2016

Cutting your own large boneless pork loin into roasts and chops! Cutting instructions too!

If you buy boneless pork roasts and boneless loin chops, you can easily spend upwards of $18 on the roasts and $9 for a package of 4 chops.  Savings when you cut these yourself is HUGE. And it's not difficult at all. 

You can find the best price for a large boneless pork loin at your local membership warehouse (Costco, Sam's, etc.) - you can buy one for approximately $12-15.

The instructions for cutting are right on the packaging.  I've taken a picture of it with my camera to post here.  These are instructions for cutting a boneless pork loin into 2-4 roasts and 12-18 pork loin chops, depending on how large you make your cuts and how many people you are serving.

I own a simple, affordable Weston food saver so I just seal up the roasts into packages, and then put 4 chops into each package.  You can use any freeze bag or freezer paper though.  Just bundle up tight, and put into your deep freezer for future use.

I got two large pork roasts and a dozen, thick boneless pork loin chops ready for future meals.  

*I use a simple Weston brand food sealer I got at Lowe's but any style or brand food sealer (GameSaver Outdoorsman Vacuum Sealing System) and bags (Weston 8-by-12-Inch Vacuum-Sealer Food Bags, 100 Count) would work! 

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