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Aerosol Bacon

Add the yummy taste of bacon to anything!
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For those who can't get enough of that scrumptious bacon taste, Aerosol Bacon! All the bacon taste, without the mess of frying, or the effort of shaking who-knows-how-old bacon bits from a jar. Spray it in sandwiches, on crackers, on omlettes... anywhere you want that salty greasy taste! Aerosol Bacon is 100% bacon and pork fat, pureed, and packed in a convenient aerosol container.
Cedar Park, Jan 12 2003

Not Anderson. http://www.pam4you.com/
[bungston, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

pork for kids http://www.pork4kids.com/
Strange, yet disturbing. [snarfyguy, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

New five pound note: Not suitable for vegetarians http://www.bbc.co.u...s/business-38144598
"tallow is traditionally derived from beef or mutton (but sometimes pork) at the slaughterhouse or later in the food production process. " [8th of 7, Dec 05 2016]

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       Why bacon? Aerosol Flavors, if you like, but yuck.
egnor, Jan 12 2003
  

       yak?
po, Jan 12 2003
  

       Yum ! (+)
8th of 7, Jan 12 2003
  

       But would it be kosher?   

       It probably would be kosher, likely being composed of a bunch of chemicals.
snarfyguy, Jan 12 2003
  

       I will save Cedar's fine idea from deletion by propsing a mechanism: savory bacon fat is mixed with vodka (the alcohol being necessary to suspend the fat) and stored under pressure in a seltzer bottle. It occurs to me that a Bacon Gin fizz would be delicious.   

       For the more mundanely inclined, it could be a flavored variety of spray-can shortening along the lines of "Pam".
bungston, Jan 12 2003
  

       Bacon gin fizz?! *DROOOL*! Croissant!
snarfyguy, Jan 12 2003
  

       How it works: Bacon and drippings are pureed to a fine, foamy consistency. A small amount of stabilizer and emulsifier with water is added to the mixture to keep it from congealing in the can. Vodka optional.
Cedar Park, Jan 12 2003
  

       Squirty cream is mainly dripping and sugar (unless I've been victim of an urban myth). Emulsified bacon flavouring is used in crisp (chip) production. Hence this should be eminently bakeable. Or grillable.
egbert, Jan 13 2003
  

       I’d like to call this disgusting, but I’m not qualified since I recently attempted bacon flavored popcorn by using bacon fat in my wok instead of vegetable oil. It was very yummy.
Shz, Jan 13 2003
  

       What about veggies? Quorn in a can? Aerosol quorn? Excuse me while I throw up.
talen, Jan 13 2003
  

       Ah, [talen] spray-on vomit-in-a-can .... another marketing opportunity !   

       We relish the quotation, "Choking on one's own vomit ? Whoever would have thought of choking on someone else's ?" EEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWwwwww.
8th of 7, Jan 13 2003
  

       Depends who it is.
egbert, Jan 13 2003
  

       Aerosols to this idea (-)
DrBob, Jan 13 2003
  

       Before you know it you'll have kids sniffing aerosol bacon - there'll be mass muggings so that youths can indulge their porcine fixation, followed by collapse of the health service and the worldwide economy due to the massive numbers of youngsters with coronary disease, now renamed gammonitis.   

       On the plus side, it would mean that there are fewer kids around - maybe... And aeroplane seats would have to be made wider.
PeterSilly, Jan 13 2003
  

       We all carry those little plastic airway packs in our medical kits, but in that circumstance I don't think it would be of much benefit. I've only ever practiced rescusitation in a classroom. Thankfully.
8th of 7, Jan 13 2003
  

       So it's like Spam? in a can?   

       sounds good to me
-lines-, Jan 13 2003
  

       Technically, not Spam®, as Spam® is made from pork shoulder, and bacon is made from belly meat. But it's pig in a can, all the same. Just don't try the can opener on this one!
Cedar Park, Jan 14 2003
  

       Spam in a can a halfbaked idea in and of itself.
KittySama, Mar 21 2003
  

       yum
peter2, Apr 28 2003
  

       holy sow!
clumpson, Oct 24 2003
  

       SPRAY IT OOOOOONNNN!!!!
dickity, Oct 24 2003
  

       I am very allergic to pork products, as in hives/wheezing/ etc. I'm afraid this would be highly unpleasant if I was around for the spraying. Fishbone!
Malakh, Oct 24 2003
  

       I've been saving my bacon grease for years in a few assorted tubs in the basement; knowing that someday it would fetch a premium price. Great idea, keep me posted on production.
mrmnkebutz, Dec 05 2003
  

       Bacon Aerosol ... the terror of Weight Watchers clinics
Letsbuildafort, Dec 05 2003
  

       Great Idea. Wonder what it'll look like when it expires?
TallChica, Dec 06 2003
  

       Genius.
zen_tom, May 19 2009
  

       can we have a bacon aerosol low fat low sodium?
noyola, May 19 2009
  

       Oh, come on! "Spray Bacon"? What's next? Spray lasagna?(!)
Speed Razor, May 19 2009
  

       This is genius.   

       Given the ongoing row about the new British £5 note <link>, a spray which can be used to infuse all banknotes with essence of actual bacon has the potential to cause a great deal of woe, misery and dismay in those of a non-bacon-loving persuasion.
8th of 7, Dec 05 2016
  
      
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