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On a pork roast, this is the bone that lies just below the shank bone. On a beef roast, the Chine Bone is referred to as the backbone which is attached to the rib roast. When buying a pork or beef roast, it is desirable to have staff in the meat department cut through the Chine Bone so it is removed prior to roasting the meat. If the bone has not been removed before purchasing the roast, use a sharp knife or saw to remove it.
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