Fat people love bacon.
This is the third part in a series dedicated to fat people’s love for bacon. At least once a week, I will post either someones odd use of it in a food dish, or just a new and inventive way to prepare bacon itself.
That’s right. You are witness to over a pound of bacon between two slices of delicious golden crusted white bread that is whimpering at the presence of this mound of delight.
If you would like to learn how to make this sandwich (in case you couldn’t figure it out), as well as see the photo journal of the sandwich from hypothesis to conclusion, check it out.
This was one guys experiment in achieving Bacon Enlightenment, or BE. Here are some of my favorite quotes from his website where he shows you how to make your own:
I chose the low-sodium variety for it’s health benefits.”
AWESOME! The benefits. Yes. Can’t forget those. I’m sure there are some benefits of enjoying your one-pound-plus pile of piggy goodness with less added salt. I just can’t seem to think of them at the moment.
I feel slightly light headed and have had about 6 glasses of water after finishing the sandwich. This is something I don’t think I’ll ever try again.”
I was expecting a 6-month coma after this one. What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger right?
This guy really loves bacon! I don’t know if he made this sandwich before or after he decided to make a hamburger patty entirely out of ground up bacon. If you’d like to see that, check it out. Make sure you move on to page two to get a look at the patty as it cooks. Note the condiments he chooses to use.
My guess is, he didn’t actually learn his lesson with this simple bacon sandwich with white bread as the book-ends. No. He hungered for more, and used his ingenuity to invent the all-bacon hamburger patty. I’m sure the Earl of Sandwich would be proud of both creations.
This man may be considered a genius in some circles.
At first I just assumed this man was obese. However, I am having second thoughts. I don’t believe a fat man would go though the time and energy to come up with such food oddities. I think a fat man would be more likely to enjoy his nice “balanced” meal of bacon with sausage, gravy, and biscuits.
If the inventor of these culinary masterpieces should ever grace this page with his eyes, we can only hope that he will tell us more about himself.
Until then, I will keep checking back to see if he has come up with anything else.