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Jun. 3, 2008 at 2:49pm

Bacon In A Can!

Yes, let me reiterate: Bacon in a can. Who's up for canned bacon?

Looks delicious, don't it?

Mmmmmm... Keeps it's shape and everything. One last thing about Bacon in a Can? It has a shelf life of over 10 years. Just think you can get a can of bacon, keep in on the shelf and in 2018 look at it and say, "Boy, I'd best eat this can of bacon, it might expire soon."

10 years! I think I see a FeedTacoma taste test coming soon. Lets all buy some!

comments [12]  |  posted under BACON IN A FREAKIN CAN!, Tacoma


by AP on 6/3/2008 @ 3:48pm
LOL. Wow, and at only $109.95 per case, this could really be a sensible option for many of us in this tough economy. My order will be here in time for the 4th! I can't wait to see just how flammable it really is.

by Frinklin on 6/3/2008 @ 4:09pm
Wow, you actually bought some? You realize my "Lets all buy some" was a suggestion, not a command.

You're hosting the taste-test then.

by AP on 6/3/2008 @ 4:12pm
I might have exaggerated a little about the buying some.. I just wanna be cool.

by Heather on 6/3/2008 @ 4:26pm
Ingredients; Pork, Water, Salt, Sugar, Smoke Flavoring, Sodium Phosphates, Sodium Erythorbate, Sodium Nitrite

Yummm! Bacon! Sodium is salt, right? So I don't need to worry about the phosphate, erythorbate, or nitrite part, right?

I really love the label. I could hide it in the backyard and no one would be able to find it. I'd have my OWN bacon for whenever I want it.

by KevinFreitas on 6/3/2008 @ 4:29pm
At least the first ingredient is pork. Otherwise I might really worry. ;) And those other ingredients are just used for soldiers in the field who want to make IEDs.

by Twisty on 6/3/2008 @ 4:58pm
Hey, it might be good with this:

by Frinklin on 6/3/2008 @ 5:16pm
Damn AP, i thought you had taken the plunge. Who's gonna step up?

by jenyum on 6/3/2008 @ 5:22pm
hey man, where I come from brown bread in a can is a delicacy. With what else is one supposed to serve one's beans and franks?

by Frinklin on 6/3/2008 @ 6:17pm
Bread in a can? Remind me never to go where you're from.

by Twisty on 6/3/2008 @ 6:25pm
Bread in a can? Remind me never to go where you're from.
Fred Meyer?

by jenyum on 6/3/2008 @ 6:51pm
It's very popular in baahston. Or maybe it was in the 50s, but I don't think my mom ever got the memo about the change in policy.

by AP on 6/3/2008 @ 7:44pm
While I don't have immediate plans to BUY bacon in a can, all the interest on this thread leads me to considering sales position at Yoder's company. Great benefits, free coffee, free bacon...


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