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“I pack 3/4 pound of irish sausage.”
“If it tastes bad, don't eat it.
“The answers I'm finding are on the order of 14 days, refrigerated. I'm sure that you could polish off a pound on the trail before it went bad, especially in the winter.”
“Food goes bad?
Should I find a roommate?”
“I have only tried it one day after opening. Dang stuff is so good I usually can eat the whole package quickly.
It's great in a tortilla with peanut butter.
I was just wondering if anyone had used an opened package more than a couple of days/”
“Can't you freeze it?”
“My extension cord will not reach very far down the trail. ;-)”
“Seriously, I doubt if an opened package of that stuff has ever lasted more than a day or two.”
“Not around me, anyway.”
“What about dry ice?”
“there's only 7 pieces in a pack. can't you just eat them all?”
One piece fills her up?”
“there's only 7 pieces in a pack. can't you just eat them all?"
The one's I get are 12 oz of cooked bacon. Something like 24 slices.”
“I think the question still applies.”
“It is good for exactly two days max.
After that it will be gone.”
“She is probably buying up in Canada.”
“Canadians deserve less bacon for some reason? Or is it some bizarre Quebecois law against American bacon?”
“I would think it would last a few days......shoot it has enough sodium nitrate to preserve it forever.....”
“Mmmmm, Canadian Bacon! My Mom was just visiting friends in Michigan/Ontario and brought back a couple of big beautiful chunks of the stuff. Yum! Canadian bacon and tomato sandwiches!”
“It's just ham treebait. Don't let the name fool you.”
“Don't care. It never turns out like fried ham when we cook it. Must be a curing difference or something. It slices up really thin, then it gets lightly browned on each side and onto the toasted bread. Essentially a CBLT.”
“I don't think itís a curing difference.
Judging by the quality of Canadian luncheon meats, I figure itís just a lucky accident.”
“lol. quiet V
if you guys think that canadien bacon is just ham in disguise, then you're not getting the right stuff down there”
“If you cannot get grease out of it, it is not bacon. lol...”
“I thought Canadian bacon was "loin", not "ham".
Hell, spam is part ham.”
“Spam is part ham and part heaven.”
now i know why you have a problem with canadian luncheon meats”
“Spam is part ham and part heaven."
and part racoon, beaver, deer, elk, dog, hamster, frog”
“But you still eat hotdogs?”
“bacon and peanut butter on pita? mmmm, sounds like a recipe for projectile vomiting to me!
btw, i really think it's about time they made a vegetarian version of Spam...they have veggie BURGERS.”
“LMAO @ Violin & WK!”
“There is a vegetarian version of Spam, it's called "air".”
“Wow, how exciting to see my old thread return! And it made me SPEW to boot!
Last time I saw Stovestomper with bacon, I got some, too. :-) (go ahead and make your own jokes, it's Phriday!)”
“There's a good cheap shot in there using the word "porked" but I'll leave it be...”
“Yea! This is a high class joint!”
“From the thread title, I thought fer sure this was going to be some weird sexual thing....
Anywho, in the book I just finished reading, Beyond the 100th Meridian, by Wallace Stegner, he describes the voyage down the Colorado by John Wesley Powell. One of the main sources of food they took with them (having no idea how long it would take), was bacon. Toward the latter part of the trip it got pretty rancid, but they were hungry and ate it anyway. Yuck.”
“Lizs...I took some of that pre cooked bacon on the South Lake to North Lake trip...I had baco 4 mornings in a row :) No problemo.”
“I took some once and it lasted several days no problem. Wind Walker's bacon smelled pretty good there on the South Lake trip.”
“Oh come on someone, 45 views and no comment!”
“Oh, just looked at date, please disregard last comment.”
“Haha, that is so totally sick! Out of stock, bummer.”
“I guess everyone here already has one.”
“Or, for the Pulp Fiction fans out there:
We bought this for a co-worker this past Christmas. He uses it as his daily wallet.”
“Do they have a bacon ring?”
“i was hoping it was a wallet to put my bacon in”
“Huh huh huh...lyra said "bummer" on a bacon packin' thread. huh huh.”
“I tried to order one for my brother (the King of Pork Products) but it won't even let me reserve one for when they restock them.”
“Never fear, I'm here to save the day!
I'll kick your bum, Nigal! ;-)”
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