Distinguishable by the red or blue labels, Kimbo pork floss is a popular staple in many Asian households as a condiment and or a topping. It is sometimes referred to as Chinese cotton candy or shredded pork jerky.
There are two types of pork floss that are commonly sold in stores, Pork Sung and Pork Fu. Both are very similar, the only difference is just the texture.
Pork Fu is slightly more airy, dry, thicker and has a texture similar to coarse cotton and tastes like sweetened soy sauce salty pork.
Pork Sung is more dense and intense in flavor leading to different uses in the two shredded pork.
Usage: Add it to your congee, rice porridge, rice balls, eggs, or garnish your savory pastries, and more!
Ingredients: pork, sugar, soy flour soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt, sodium benzoate (less than 1/10 as a food preservative), lard, salt, MSG
Product of China | Net Weight 4 oz, 18 oz
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