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    Track our BACON intake here

    Here it is folks, a chance to survey our community and find out just how much, how often! For data integrity, simply post the date, the time, and how much bacon you ate! Pork belly counts, beef bacon, too!

    Since this is just getting started, I should add: Feel free to post the quality of your bacon, too!

    I'll start.

    10-29-12, 15:23, one pound (16 ounces) of bacon. Trader Joe's Uncured ends and pieces. Has sodium lactate, celery powder and the ominous 'spice extractives', most of which goes down the drain as I rinse it before I cook it!
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    Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.

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    10/27/2012 - 1/4 lb - first bacon I'd eaten in probably years and wrapped around pork shoulder.

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    i honestly can't remember the last time i had bacon. probably back in july at a breakfast for work. i'm just not that into it. never buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakey View Post
    i honestly can't remember the last time i had bacon. probably back in july at a breakfast for work. i'm just not that into it. never buy it.
    Neither. I never understood peoples obsession with the stuff. Growing up we always had bacon on the fridge and I don't think I ever went out of the way to eat it. I always viewed it as a cheaper/dirty type of meat. I like it cooked and diced finely in salad but I very rarely eat salads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgotmylastusername View Post
    Neither. I never understood peoples obsession with the stuff. Growing up we always had bacon on the fridge and I don't think I ever went out of the way to eat it. I always viewed it as a cheaper/dirty type of meat. I like it cooked and diced finely in salad but I very rarely eat salads.
    Same here. I very rarely eat any pork and I sure don't eat processed meat and, face it, bacon is processed.

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    29 Oct 12, 1130. Had 6-7 large, thick cut pieces purchased from the local farmer's market.

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    If God didn't want us to eat pigs, he wouldn't have made them out of bacon.

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    Oct 27. half a pound package added to my loaded mashed potatoes. I dyed them green for halloween (okay green dye prolly not very primal, I'll chalk it up to my 20%) I called them Mashed Frankenstein Brains. (Yes we had a party. I also dyed some chicken wings black, and called them Bat wings.)
    65lbs gone and counting!!

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    October 27, 3 slices bacon (15g, cooked).

    I buy bacon that has 7g protein per 15g serving. Some are as low as 2g per 15g, which I take to mean there's a lot more fat and less "meat" in that bacon.

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    I generally use it just for flavoring. I think maybe we had some last week in a dish that consists of chopped up brussels sprouts stir-fried in bacon. There were three pieces of bacon and the dish served two people.
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