Crackle

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Crackle or crackling may refer to:

Foods[edit]

  • Cracklings, the tissue remaining after lard and tallow have been extracted from animal fats
    • Pork rinds in American English, pork scratchings in British English when served in small pieces as a snack or side-dish, or pork crackling in the UK when the rind is left on a roasted pork joint
    • Gribenes, goose or chicken cracklings in Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine

Sounds[edit]

  • Crackles, an abnormal lung sound heard in a person with respiratory disease
  • Crackling, a form of audible noise often associated with impulse noise
  • Crackling noise, a broad type of noise

Other uses[edit]

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