Perhaps people having no success with this recipe have a slow cooker that actually cooks at too high a degree. True Slow cookers should cook around 225 degrees or a little lower. 8 hours at this degree should be fine for a pork loin to come out moist. If it is the case that your slow cooker cooks too high...purchase a boston butt or other fatty pork roast or even chicken thighs or pork ribs...the fat in the meat will withstand the higher heat and come out moist. Also, you may want to brown this before cooking. This will help with color and flavor. And, Pork, especially a leaner cut, does need to be seasoned well. If you can find Berkshire pork...do buy it. It is delish!
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Perhaps people having no success with this recipe have a slow cooker that actually cooks at...