Clean and dry the whole pork loin.
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Step 1: Identify Lean Vs Fattier End
Once you have decided which end is leaner start cutting/slicing it into pork chops. It is personal preference on thickness.
Step 2: Roasting Time
The middle section is perfect to cut up and use as a roast. When thinking about sizes for the roast plan for a third of the loin.
Step 3: Faux Tenderloins
Now with the last third cut lengthwise down the middle. Now you have two pieces of the pork loin that we like to use as Pork Tenderloins.
Step 4: Complete
Using this method you have 4 cuts of meat for 4 separate meals.