I have just read a posting about enhanced Pork and a question about what this chowhound can do to remove the salt. I am thinking that this is the same product as the "seasoned Pork" which is sold here in Canada at some large grocery chains. The meat is injected with salt and I think maybe a small amount of water is added. It is supposed to make the meat more flavourfull and tender. As far as I am concerned it is a terrible product. The Pork is indeed more salty and has the texture of mush. Why do they think they need to improve on the natural taste and tenderness of ordinary Pork. The particular grocery chain which is in my area is Loblaws Atlantic Superstore and this is the only type of fresh Pork they sell. They say that it is very popular. I am thinking that they increase the selling weight and hense the price by adding a small amount of water. Is this a growing practice in other areas or is it just in Canada? What do others think of this product?