Growing up, we were allowed to eat pork rinds...sometimes.
My mom policed what we ate, so we weren't always allowed to eat "junks".
These days, she's let her guard down and lets us eat pretty much whatever we want.
I recently came across a local company that has started making their own pork rinds.
Pork Grinds Hawaii, fries them up and adds different flavorings to them.
You should know that in Hawaii what we call "grinds", most others call "eats".
We tried their furikake and their teriyaki. The furikake was way too salty for us, you'd definitely need a beer with this one.
And we liked the teriyaki because it was a sweet-salty combo.
They are more like "puffs" though you may come across some hard bits.
At $4 a bag they are a bit pricey, but they are made locally, a good thing.
Pork Grinds Hawaii
P.O. Box 12114