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July 10, 2009

Canned Bacon


From the website:



For the first time in almost 20 years, canned bacon is back in this country. Not available in any store!

Here is what it looks like when it comes out of the can.


More than 2 years went into the development of this bacon, and we're proud to be able to bring this back to you after improving on what was a very successful brand of canned bacon made years ago by Celebrity Foods.


Each can is 9 ounces of fully cooked and drained bacon. Between 2-3/4 and 3-1/4 pounds of raw bacon go into each can. Each can contains highest quality fresh #1 bacon slices.


Cured to our specifications, and cooked and then hand-wrapped, rolled and packed in the U.S.A.


We cook this bacon down for your prior to canning, so you won't pay for all of the natural shrinkage that occurs whenever you cook bacon. Then we carefully drain all of the fat and liquid off and can it fresh so it will taste as good out of the can as it would right out of the refrigerator.


With a shelf life in excess of 10 years, this bacon makes a perfect addition to your food storage program and it is great for every day use. Take some with you when you go camping, hiking or hunting — keep a case in the boat, RV, cabin or anywhere that you may need to prepare a meal but don't have refrigeration!




Umm, bacon.


12 cans for $119.95.

[via SupersizedMeals.com and Milena]

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I feed my felines their kibble chow only, to guard against chubbiness and nutritional deficiencies and such, but I did once, on a whim, make a concerted effort to interest them in having some bacon. No dice. Absolutely no interest. Isn't that strange? I find that strange. I love bacon; everyone I know loves bacon; I never met a dog or cat (until these two) that would not eat bacon. I would think that carnivores, above all, would respond vigorously to bacon smells. It is unnatural for two cats to not like bacon -- it was good bacon, too; it was fresh, I cooked it myself, didn't put anything weird on it. I can't figure it out, but maybe it's for the best. I don't have to buy bacon for them all the time, or eat my bacon cheeseburgers in the closet.

Posted by: Flautist | Jul 10, 2009 12:33:45 PM

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