Many many heaps of credit is due to itemforty for introducing my arteries to Bacon Salt, and at last month's NARP in Austin, did so first hand. Thank you, kind sir, thank you.
What I'm doing today though, is providing you a little break down of what to expect when you purchase Bacon Salt.
To walk you through the Bacon Salt experience and how you'll soon come to embrace the Bacon Salt methodology that itemforty preaches to us all now.
1. Taking the plunge and buying Bacon Salt.
I'm an immediate gratification guy. I like ordering stuff off the internet, and will do so if it'll save me some money and the thing I want is something that I can't normally get in a store. But if it's there and I can get it locally for the same price, I'm all over it.
I'd hesitated buying Bacon Salt earlier due to extraneous financial strains, holidays, trips to Japan
, etc. etc.
I discovered yesterday that there was a local retailer that sold Bacon Salt in their store.
So, today, at lunch, I ventured over to Allied Kenco, a store that specialized exclusively in meat. Sausage and jerky, to be precise. And sitting next to the register were a whole stack of bottles of our powdered friend.
I purchased 8 bottles of it. I cleaned out their Hickory flavor supply.
2. Tasting Bacon Salt.
You won't believe it till you try it. It's salt. That tastes like bacon.
Here's the trick though. It tastes like bacon. Real bacon. Like you just ate a half slab of Oscar Meyer Choice Cuts.
3. Spreading the gospel
This is why you purchase 8 bottles of it. I gave one to my boss and to some coworkers as cheap giveaway xmas presents. Guess what? 2 more Bacon Salt converts! I let them try some of my french fries that I'd liberally dosed with some Hickory flavor.
Okay, so everything tastes good with bacon? I don't know honestly, but I'll give you a quick run down of what does taste good with Bacon Salt.
a. Your hand
b. French Fries
c. Peanut Brittle
d. Rum Balls
f. Mashed Potatoes
g. Beef Sausage
i. Summer Sausage
j. Dinner Rolls
k. Peanut Butter
l. Powdered non-dairy creamer
m. Water (Caution: This is saltwater at this point. Do not mistake the resulting vomiting as a dislike of salted-bacony flavors.)
So, in my evaluations, Bacon Salt truly is a gift from Jesus, and well worth giving and receiving for the holidays. Make sure to pick some up in your local Kosher deli today.