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I don't get it either.
I think it has something to do with lots of people being idiots.
1,500 bacon-strip scratch-and-sniff T-shirts that promise to smell through at least 10 trips in the washing machine.
Wet blankets, the lot of you.
Bacon is so awesome it should be it's own food group.
It's probably healthier to wear bacon than to ingest it, though.
Anything that gets over-fetishized simply becomes tiresome.
This is a fair question. I was recently pushed to the limit when she refused to let me eat my Ben and Jerry's Pint in one sitting.
True, if you A. don't know how to render bacon properly, and/or B. buy shitty bacon. I eat it on occasion and its really only worth it if you buy the good stuff (ex. Neuske, or your favorite local butcher).
We are going to buy half a pig this year from one of the FFA kids at my wife's school. I'm interested to see how the bacon will turn out. I have a feeling that we won't be buying pork any other way after this little adventure.
Are they going to cure it, or are you just going to get a slab of fatty belly meat?
Assuming you can manage the volume, and make use out of all of the cuts, it is a great way to buy pork. I share a whole pig once a year with a couple friends from a farm not too far outside Indy, we divvy up the cuts and it is really good. I still find the pork cheek to be the greatest of all pork cuts.
Bacon is one of those foods that smells 10x better than it tastes.
for the record I was 'into' gin, bacon and johnny cash before all these johnny come latelys and would be a bit appreciative if the bulk of them could move on to their next fascination. and soon
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