And… we’re back with more bacon love for all you bacophiles out there.
Fat people love bacon.
This is the fifth part in a series dedicated to fat people’s love for bacon. At least once a week Whenever I get around to it, I will post either someones odd use of it in a food dish, or just a new and inventive way to prepare bacon itself.
In this edition, I bring you:
Yup, you read that slogan correctly. The inventors of this gem have taken us into a whole new world of flavored sodium goodness. Gone are the days of lacing your food with plain old, boring, white table salt!
You may be wondering the same thing I wondered when I found this. I thought, this stuff must be made up of crushed up bacon bits, and salt. BUT NO! It actually has no bacon in it whatsoever! Supposedly, it’s vegetarian!
I don’t know who these guys are kidding, but we’re not fooled. There’s no possible way on Xenu’s green earth that the true taste of bacon can be had without first pan frying up some pork bellies!
Actually, these guys have an interesting product here. All 4 flavors (original, hickory, peppered, natural) are zero calorie, vegetarian, and kosher! Jews rejoice!
They have a blog on their website where they talk about new markets they’ve sprinkled into, or TV spots the product has been featured on, and recipes that either their friends come up with, or fans send into them. They also have over 1000 friends on their myspace page.
They sometimes stress the idea that their product is a great alternative to real bacon because of the fact that it’s fat free and calorie free. They even have a video of how bacon is “manufactured” on their blog, perhaps as a means to get readers to not find real bacon appetizing!
For your viewing pleasure, I will post that same video here, for that very reason… hehe.
**WARNING** — If you are at all sensitive to visual images and are easily grossed out, or are scared of knowing where your food comes from, do not watch this.
As the Bacon Salt© inventors say in reference to this video:
Apparently bacon is not made by magical bacon fairies.”
I would say that is an understatement.
My favorite quote from the video:
As the fat cooks off the bacon, it drains into a trough. It will be used to make gravy, and pet foods.”