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Hey GJ, Tried a black pepper and molasses dry cured bacon? Great stuff. Ingredients pepper. molasses, sugar and salt. You don't need the pink salt. I have recipes (on a remote drive somewhere) fo

Bacon makes everything batter.   I fry it, cut it up, and boil it with Brussels sprouts. Then  I throw away the Brussels sprouts and eat the bacon.  LOL only kidding, I will admit my shame,

Absolutely without scientific validation, like so many things concerning health these days.

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On 5/19/2020 at 6:18 AM, stephenterry said:

I see a few posters are on their way to an early heart attack from blocked arteries. Advise an immediate ECG. 

Having it served to you in bed by a 20 something sweet girl is a nice enough way to go

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3 hours ago, vogie said:

There is nothing better than getting out of bed in the morning with a strong smell of bacon wafting around the house, conversely there is nothing worse than getting up in the morning with a strong smell of fish, and the smell has a habit of lingering.

Wait till the dried fish makes an appearance, it gives me the extra boost to get in the car and go

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5 hours ago, norfolkandchance said:

Google ‘Home Made Cumberland Sausage’. Add or takeaway any spices or herbs. I added some chilli flakes. Good Lick.

Chilli flakes! 🥴  There is no way I could eat that!  Anything more than a mild curry is verboten to me.

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On 5/22/2020 at 7:59 AM, KarenBravo said:

Sorry, I tend to believe professional health experts over some anonymous person on an internet forum.

 

There seems to be an infestation of proselytizing Vegans on this forum lately.

Protein is overrated. By following a whole food plant based lifestyle, you will provide your body with all the protein you need - and would (scientifically proven) to reverse diabetes 2 as well. While meat protein is absorbed quicker, it's not essential. I'm sorry to hear about your gallstones, it was an unnecessary operation, IMO.   

 

Soy products such as tofu, tempeh, and edamame are among the richest sources of protein in a vegan diet. ... Lentils. ... Chickpeas. ... Peanuts. ... Almonds. ... Spirulina. ... Quinoa. ... Mycoprotein.

 

A study published in the British Medical Journal in 1985 reported that meat-eaters are twice as likely to develop gallstones as vegetarians (Pixley et al., 1985). Since then the low incidence of gallstones in vegetarians compared to meat-eaters has been reported (Key et al., 1999).

 

This is the 'professional health experts' science. Perhaps you could do a little research before jumping in with inane comments. And or your information, I'm not a Vegan - I follow a WFPB lifestyle. 

 

 

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22 hours ago, UbonThani said:

plants cause gallstones

A study published in the British Medical Journal in 1985 reported that meat-eaters are twice as likely to develop gallstones as vegetarians (Pixley et al., 1985). Since then the low incidence of gallstones in vegetarians compared to meat-eaters has been consistently reported (Key et al., 1999).

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Hi Grumpy. Would love your recipe and how to make this bacon. I too like you don't like fatty bacon.

 

Looks scrumptious mate.

 

Hope to have a reply soon.

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12 hours ago, scorecard said:

My old dad used to go out to the bush and shoot wild pig (usually quite big and dangerous), only 1 animal, cut off what meat he wanted to make bacon and leave the rest on the ground for the birds of prey. He had several old stainless steel drums to cure it in, usually in the curing mix about a month.

 

My mum would cook it in strips for breakfast and in bigger thick lumps to cut into slices when cold and make sandwiches with mustard, bread home made daily in a wood fired old kitchen stove. Great for breakfast and great as a school lunch. 

Crikey, you nearly bought a tear to my eye thinking of my youth!   In a rack near the back door there was a Winchester short .22 auto,  a Brno .22 bolt action, 2 x 12 gauge doubles and 2 x .303 Sporters converted from SMLE's...plus locked away in a safe place a SMLE used for competition.  The old man had a  collection of spoons and medals from far and wide for his shooting prowess which shared mums fine china display cupboard.  The simple life is no more.

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