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A pork loin roast is often confused with a tenderloin. Despite their name similarity, rest assured they are not one in the same.
Pork loin roasts are especially flavorful when first brined or then rubbed with a spice mixture and barbecued over indirect heat, cooked on a rotisserie or just baked in the oven. They should never be braised or stewed, since they have a tendency to lose their tenderness and just fall apart when cooked using moist heat.
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