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  • mmmm......bacon

    Ok,just for fun.

    What's your favorite kind/type/flavor of bacon and why?

    Mine will always be thick cut pork bacon,from the smokehouse,not from the store.

  • #2
    i get thick cut, low salt, no sugar added, apple smoked bacon from the market.



    • #3
      fresh pork side, no salt, no anything. just piggy goodness
      Red meat is not bad for you. Now blue-green meat, that's bad for you! ~Tommy Smothers


      • #4
        What about that beef bacon,turkey bacon stuff? Anyone tried that?

        The bacon I get comes straight from the smokehouse at the meat packer......pure smoky goodness.....


        • #5
          pork bacon is the ONLY way to go 4 me
          Red meat is not bad for you. Now blue-green meat, that's bad for you! ~Tommy Smothers


          • #6
            Here in San Francisco I buy mine at Prather Ranch Meat Company. I think the company who makes it is called Range Brothers. I swear there's crack in that bacon. It's thick- very thick- and has a touch of maple sugar or something... perfectly made- not too salty and not too sweet. It's worth every penny and I think it comes out around $1 per slice!!!
            Enjoy & be well!

            Diane Sanfilippo, BS, NC, HLC
            Certified Nutrition Consultant & Holistic Nutritionist specializing in Paleo nutrition

            Author of the book "Practical Paleo: A Customized Approach to Health and a Whole-Foods Lifestyle" available on


            • #7
              for store-bought bacon, I like Beeler's that I can get at Vitamin Cottage. It's uncured, applewood smoked & a little thicker than the usual stuff.
              @leera: in our house we discovered a pork alternative recently (I just finished eating some moments ago) We got a bunch of applewood & borrowed a smoker one weekend. We smoked a whole turkey & 2 corned beefs. We discovered that if you pan-fry slices of applewood-smoked corned beef, you get something akin to bacon. Well, it's awful yummy anyway.