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post #21 of 23
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T - it is more of a summer sausage/salami taste than bacon, bacon.  This is our second batch.  On the first, I think both of us expected the "bacon" taste and were initially a little disappointed.  Once we got it through our skulls that it weren't... we hell, we made a second batch, right!!

 

It is great fried, or just sliced cold with cheese and crackers or on a sammie.

 

Nice !!!

 

I remember the first batch you guys teamed up to make. It was what made me try it !!!!

 

Nice Job guys!!!

 

 

Thanks,

Bear
 

 

post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by WALLE View Post




T - it is more of a summer sausage/salami taste than bacon, bacon.  This is our second batch.  On the first, I think both of us expected the "bacon" taste and were initially a little disappointed.  Once we got it through our skulls that it weren't... we hell, we made a second batch, right!!

 

It is great fried, or just sliced cold with cheese and crackers or on a sammie.

 

 



  I was thinking that was exactly what it looked like and probably tasted like.  I'm really interested in doing some baco, but I think I'll just do a pork butt and save my venison for regular ol' summer sausage.

 

post #23 of 23
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Well, I gotta say - Keith is being a little modest when he losely tosses around the word "elk"... what we used was prime ELK TENDERLOIN... 

I've known Keith for some time now, and when he says, "Get that !@#% back outta your truck or I'll shoot.."... I get that !@#$% back outta my truck and WE make bacon! 

 

This was an AWESOME batch of VB - hat's off to ya Keith for the use of all of your cool stuff (grinder, mixer, slicer, freezer, BEER FRIDGE) AND for covering for me when I couldn't be there to help ya smoke or slice.

 

Did I ever tell you folks what a GREAT guy Mr Bassman is?

 

Mr Bassman is a GREAT guy!!!




icon_redface.gif I think Tracey may be overdoing it just a little.  If it wasn't for him lifting, tugging, cleaning up and putting stuff away, I don't think this old man would get much bacon made.  Really, if any of you get a chance to meet with someone from these forums, you never know when a friendship may evolve.  beercheer.gif

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