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    Hi there! I'm new to the forums and decided to join after everytime I googled a syn this website would pop up! Fantastic.

    Anyway. I am on the EE plan and tomorrow I am attempting to make pulled pork for the very first time. I have googled so many different recipes but I want to ask you, which is best? Have you made it? Do you have any tips?

    I don't want to make BBQ pulled pork, just general pulled pork. So far I like the sound of chicken stock, onions and garlic as the diet coke option frightens me a bit?? Never cooked with diet coke. What is it like?

    Thanks for any help!

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    What sort of joint are you using? I'd be slightly worried that the lack of fat would mean that you don't really get the right consistency for pulled pork? I might well be wrong on that though - hopefully someone else will come along and be of more help!

    I have made pulled pork in the slow cooker before but I used a shoulder of pork and it was fatty (this was back before my SW days!). I think you'll also need some "sauce" to loosen up the meat. Hmmm.

    I found Slow Cooker Pulled Pork | Skinnytaste this which uses pork loin, but again she is using BBQ sauce to moisten the meat up a bit.

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    I just pop it in the slow cooker with Diet coke is nice keeps it very moist! I prefer Pepsi max though as adds a sweeter taste

    On slow all day. Ohh I haven't had it in ages!! Yummy







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    I fancy Pulled Pork this weekend so might try it with diet coke. I've done ham in coke and chicken in coke so why not pork! Lol.

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    Does the coke have to completely cover the meat? I've a large slow cooker so that might mean tonnes of coke! Lol. Would like to give this a go.
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