Also known as hand-pulled or simply pulled pork, this type of meat is typically made with the Boston butt, which is a cut of meat taken from the pork shoulder. The cut is slow roasted and may be smoked with hickory or other woods. After cooking, the meat is pulled into small strips while it is still hot. The hand-pulled pork is then often mixed with a seasoned sauce to enhance the flavors. Shredded pork is traditionally piled loosely on buns and served as a sandwich or served as a main dish without the bun.
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