How Much Pork to Buy


 

Approximate Servings Per Pound
Type of Cuts Per lb. Type of Cuts Per lb.
Roasts:
Blade Boston, Bone-in
Blade Boston, Boneless
Picnic (Smoked or Fresh), Bone-in
Smoked Shoulder Roll
Blade Loin, Bone-in
Top Loin, Boneless
Center Loin, Bone-in
Sirloin, Bone-in
Fresh Ham Roast, Bone-in
Fresh Ham Roast, Boneless
Ham – Bone-in
Ham – Boneless

Chops and Steaks:
Blade Chops or Steaks
Arm Steaks
Rib End Chops
Center Cut Loin Chops
Sirloin Chops
Boneless Chops
Center Slice Ham

2
3
3
3
2
3.5
3
2.5
3
4
3.5
4.5
3
3
3
3
3
4
3.5
Ribs:
Back Ribs
Country Style Ribs
Button Ribs
Spareribs

Misc. Cuts:
Shanks (Fresh or Smoked)
Ground Pork
Pork Sausage (Ground)
Tenderloin
Canadian Style Bacon
Bacon

Pork – Boneless:
One pound of raw pork equals approximately 12 ounces (or 3/4 of a pound) of cooked pork.

1.5
2
1.5
1.5
1.5
4
4
4
5
6
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