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Pork rib membrane - remove or not?

Midlife | Jun 4, 201411:20 AM     65

OK............. now I'm confused. The cooking shows I remember about making pork ribs all said to remove the membrane along the back of the rack before cooking. Then I read this:
http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2014/06/02/s...

It says DO NOT remove the membrane: " Don’t remove the membrane that runs along the bone side of the ribs; it prevents some of the fat from rendering out, leading to more tender results."

So which is it??????

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