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Looking for heritage pork in Los Angeles

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I am looking for heritage pork in Los Angeles. Specifically, Red Wattle, Large Black, Berkshire, or Gloucestershire Old Spots. From what I understand, Duroc and Hampshire can be as dry and bland as super market pork.

Any ideas?

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  1. Hi HungryAttorney, see this thread - http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/902387

    1. Peads & Barnetts at the Wednesday Santa monica farmers mkt
      Vicente foods
      The new shop on santa monica & 26th, A Cut Above
      McCalls
      Lindy & Grundy

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      1. re: budlit

        Pears and Barnett are the only people in SoCal, that I know of, that are raising mangalitsa. That said, be prepared for heroic doses of delicious creamy fat. It may actually be too much if a good thing for many applications.

      2. Huntington Meats in the 3rd st farmers market carries Berkshire pork chops

        1. Rainbow Ranch Farms

          1. you could always go straight to the source: snakeriverfarms.com