Boosting the Omega-3s in your next Pork Loin

June 04, 2015

Pasture-raised pork has higher levels of Omega-3s (and lower Omega-6s) than conventional pork and translates into a happier lifestyle for the pig. But it's not always economical -- or easy to find. I found myself with a conventional pork loin recently and boosted its Omega-3s by stuffing it with a combination of chopped sage leaves and garlic; breadcrumbs; flaxseed meal; and canola oil -- with salt and pepper to taste -- and rolling it in canola oil, salt and pepper before roasting. Delicious and with a healthy balance of Omega-3s and Omega-6s in every bite!


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