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Liquid Bacon

Spread a few dollups of this new condiment to jazz up any meal.
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Bacon makes everything better - that is a medical fact. I propose a bacon spread or liquid that contains all the delicious taste of bacon without the frying mess. Nothing like Baco's or nasty bacon bits - I'm thinking real liquid bacon!

I imagine it liquid you could sprinkle on like hot-sauce, but with the smokey goodness of pork. Fried bacon would be pulverized, and added to a liquid base. Since bacon has lots of fat, might have to be shaken to mix with the fat, like salad dressing.

Liquid bacon could be used to jazz up lots of different types of meals, sandwiches, etc. Could even be added to mixed drinks - imagine a bacon martini (shaken, not stirred). Bacon milk instead of chocolate milk. Bacon celery. Hell, you could even sip the stuff straight- right from a shot glass. Might become a popular non-alcoholic beverage. Better yet, bacon beer!

trekbody, Jun 28 2006

Sell your product here.... http://www.honestfo...om/liquidsmoke.html
[xandram, Jun 28 2006]

oh my gosh, it actually already exists! http://www.ingredie...ts/summit_hill2.htm
scroll half way down the chargrilled list [xandram, Jun 28 2006]

Liquid meat Liquid_20Meat
Liquid meat - (didn' sell too well) [xenzag, Jun 29 2006]

Potted Meat http://waltonfeed.com/old/pot.html
Mmm. Tastes like bacon. [reensure, Jun 29 2006]

Bacon Syrup http://www.torani.c...roducts/bacon-syrup
Baked! [hippo, May 08 2010]


       Brilliant. [+]
monojohnny, Jun 28 2006

normzone, Jun 28 2006

       disgusting! sounds like a cross between mechanically reclaimed meat, meat paste and Bovril.   


webfishrune, Jun 28 2006

       There is a "liquid smoke* flavor that is very similar, but I kind of like your *medical facts*, so here's a bacon flavoured bun.((+))
xandram, Jun 28 2006

       Couldn't you just save the "juices" from frying bacon?
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 28 2006

       Juices would be too burnt-tasting, presumably.   

       I like the idea of liquid bacon, but I'm not really seeing a mechanism for how this would be done (esters, fat/emulsifier, other way). I'm withholding my vote.
shapu, Jun 28 2006

       Shapu - let me answer your question - you take bacon, fry it, put it in a blender - set it to "mulch" or the appropriate setting, add a bit of water, perhaps a drop of liquid smoke, then bottle.
trekbody, Jun 28 2006

       Galbinus, that would be totally disgusting - that is just fat - good fat, but just fat nontheless. You need a dollop of good animal protein in their from our swine-friends to be able to call it liquid bacon.
trekbody, Jun 28 2006

       Xandram - "Medical Fact" is something my buddies and I used to describe anything that could potentially be true (or maybe not). It started with the proposition that if you sneezed with your eyes open, your eyeballs would pop out - it's a medical fact. It went on from their to encompass many a ludicrous statement.
trekbody, Jun 28 2006

       Bunnage-defecit correction has taken place !   

       (Thanks Phlish!)
monojohnny, Jun 28 2006

       Thanks [trekbody] I'll have to add that to my repertoire!
xandram, Jun 28 2006

       [trekbody]: Thanks for the explanation. One crispity-crunchity bacon-buttery bun.
shapu, Jun 28 2006

       From [xandram]'s list, I want to know what "Natural Rotisserie Roast Beef WONF" is.
wagster, Jun 28 2006

       Well - I will give that that "flavoring" exists - but I have never seen it bottled for retail - so I hope I'm still eligable for some buns. And I'm not sure I want to know what "Natural Rotisserie Roast Beef WONF is.
trekbody, Jun 28 2006

       "I'm never gonna get used to the thirty-first century. Caffeinated bacon? Baconated grapefruit? Admiral Crunch?"
Fordi, Jun 28 2006

       hey guys, I don't know what that is either, that site doesn't really explain the stuff very well, but we could make somthing up.....
xandram, Jun 28 2006

       So, what would the Canadian version be like?
RayfordSteele, Jun 29 2006

       Very friendly and polite, I would imagine.
methinksnot, Jun 29 2006

       Liquidised meat, in drinks form, are not new to the bakery. Was on of my first ideas, but found it to be inexistence already - see link
xenzag, Jun 29 2006

       //Liquidised meat//   

       Hmmm... Soylent Green...
Jinbish, Jun 29 2006

       Funny, I always pictured soylent green as little crackers.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 29 2006

       Did I say Soylent Green? I meant Mountain Dew...
Jinbish, Jun 29 2006

       "Mountain Dew is URINE! It's URINE!"
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 29 2006

       Xenxag - I appreciate your previous liquid meat idea, but Liquid Bacon cannot be lumped into such a nebulous category. You could then have abominations like Liquid Tripe and the like. Liquid Bacon stands as real bacon does, in a class of it's own.   

       Plus bacon is loaded with vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and Omega-3 fatty acids - it's hypoallergenic, cholesterol free, and has no calories.
trekbody, Jun 29 2006

       Galbinus - if I was drinking Mountain Dew when I read your line it would have been coming out of my nose. : )
trekbody, Jun 29 2006

       Then my work here is done.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 29 2006


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