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Old 22-01-2013, 08:13 AM   #61
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Don't forget the congealed blood. Got to have some black pudding.
Black pudding. A gift from the gods.

I really need to get some bacon today.

I had some locally produced and smoked bacon a little while ago and it was staggeringly different to the mass produced stuff from the supermarket. The smokiness was very strong and you only really needed a rasher or two of it. It also still had the rind on it which you don't see very often.

Crispy pig fat. Yum yum.
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Old 22-01-2013, 10:42 AM   #62
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I suppose we shouldn't forget to add some rotting vegetation, which was grown in worm shit and fertilised with horse shit. Y'know because it's healthy.

Just don't forget to wash the pesticides of it first. I'm sure a quick rinse under the cold tap will do the trick.
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Old 22-01-2013, 11:10 AM   #63
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Bacon is one of the best foods to eat. I have it everyday with eggs. I don't touch those horrid lectin filled veggies.

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When people today think of bacon, they think of clogged arteries, love handles, and sin. They also think of Homer Simpson.

That’s right: eating bacon means that you’re destined for heart disease, a fat belly, and a lifetime in Satan’s dungeon-Doh!

But, thinking this way is a terrible misconception. In truth, bacon is a very good addition to your diet, and should be something enjoyed more often than you endulge in pancakes and syrup or crepes with brown sugar.

Pancakes and syrup may look good to some people, but it is not good for you at all…

Bacon is not an unhealthy food when chosen correctly. By reading this article, you’re going to learn why and how to properly add bacon to your diet, and you’re going to start doing it now.

What Is Bacon?

Bacon is a cured meat (a natural way to prevent the meat from spoiling by way of salt, and often nitrites) that traditionally comes from a pig. It consists of both the meat of the pig, plus the fat (known as lard).

Bacon usually comes from either the belly of the pig, the back, or the sides. The amount of fat (lard) in bacon depends on how fat the pig is, with the belly usually being fattier than the back, especially in America.


Today, you can also find bacon made from turkey. But if you actually spent time reading the label of turkey bacon, you’d see it contains a laundry list of ingredients, many of which are not good for you such as hydrolyzed corn gluten, soy protein, wheat gluten, disodium inosinate, silicon dioxide and nitrites.

Europeans Have It Right

All over Germany, pork reigns supreme. From bacon to sausage to lard, no parts of the pig are left unused. And, if you take a good look at traditional Germans, you will notice that they are not as overweight as Americans, nor suffer the same incidences of chronic disease.

Unlike modern-day Americans, Europeans use lard for most of their baking and cooking. Previously in the US, we also used to incorporate a lot of lard into our daily diets, but with the notion (from our government) that pig fat is too “saturated” and unhealthy, we shifted to the use of hydrogenated plant oils (aka., vegetable shortening ) which actually made us sicker, fatter, and more diseased.

Why Bacon is Better

To understand why bacon, and the fat it's rich in (lard), is a healthy choice for us to use in our diets along with other beneficial fats and proteins, let’s look at the nutritional science of this food.

If we take 1 tablespoon of pure lard, we see that is consists of an even balance of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, with some polyunsaturates and cholesterol (all animal fats contain cholesterol), but no trans fats. Specifically, it contains*:

• 5.9 grams of saturated fatty acids
• 6.4 grams monounsaturated fatty acids
• 2 grams polyunsaturated fatty acids (mostly omega-6)
• 14 mg cholesterol
*analysis from Mass Spectrometry at University of Alberta, 2003

If you compare lard to vegetable shortening, you get**:


• 3.8 grams saturated fatty acids
• 6.7 grams monounsaturated fatty acids
• 3.9 grams polyunsaturated fatty acids (mostly omega-6)
• 2 grams trans fatty acids (man-made)
• 0 mg cholesterol
**analysis from ESHA Food Processor

What’s most frightening is the trans fats found in this man-made, fake lard substitute – trans fats have now been linked directly to heart disease morbidity and mortality, and there is a strong move to rid our shelves of this dangerous fat as soon as possible.

Saturated Fat is Not Bad

Some people still think saturated fats are evil, and as a result have banned bacon from their homes. However, fatty acid experts today emphasize that saturated fat from natural sources like meats, dairy, and tropical oils (coconut, palm) are not detrimental for our health, but instead much better than the polyunsaturated and hydrogenated substitutes we’ve been recently using.

Sure, maybe it’s confusing to try and tell yourself that saturated fat isn’t bad like we once thought. However, it’s important that you realize that we were fed lies and deception that only made us fatter, sicker, and more unhealthy. We need to change this way of thinking.

The bottom line is that saturated fats, like that found in bacon, CAN and SHOULD fit into a healthy diet – a diet low in sugar, processed carbohydrates, and synthetic chemicals, but high in fresh low-pesticide vegetables, organic meats and fish, and nuts and seeds.

Essential Omega-6 and Omega-3 Balance

What about the omega-6 fats in bacon? Some people feel that bacon and other foods containing omega-6 polyunsaturated fats should be minimized, and a focus placed on omega-3 fats such as fish, flax, and certain nuts - which is both true and untrue.

It is correct that we should try to keep a fairly close balance between the omega-6 fats (found in most meats and some nuts and seeds) and the omega-3 fats, but we can’t completely eliminate omega-6s in favor of omega-3s.

Not only is it almost impossible, unless you eat completely fat-free meats and avoid all nuts and oils, but your body needs omega-6s because they are ESSENTIAL – meaning necessary for proper metabolic and physiologic function.
It’s more important to maintain a healthy ratio of omega-6 fats found in foods like bacon, with omega-3 fats found in DHA-enriched eggs and omega-3 rich fish.

For example, a great breakfast combination would be a few slices of bacon with omega-3 DHA eggs topped with organic salsa and avocado. Delicious and nutritious!

The Science of Bacon Fat

In 2003, I conducted a research study at the University of Alberta looking at the effects of a high bacon fat diet compared to a high palm oil diet on the cholesterol synthesis and inflammation profiles of ten healthy men.

I cooked all the food for these guys every day, so all they ate was what I gave them. They ate things like:

• (BLLTs) Bacon, Lettuce, Lard and Tomato sandwiches
• Hash Browns cooked in lard
• Bacon and Egg Omelets cooked in lard

(To say I smelled like bacon all the time was a compliment…)

After 6 weeks on each diet, their blood was analyzed for cholesterol synthesis rates, cholesterol, and triglyceride concentrations, and markers of inflammation.

What was found was that the high lard diet compared to the high palm oil diet produced significantly lower total cholesterol, and total-cholesterol/HDL cholesterol levels, with slightly lower LDL-cholesterol and inflammatory marker levels.

What this means is that fat from lard may be less cholesterolemic and inflammatory than fat from palm oil. This does not mean that palm oil is a bad fat, but instead suggests that lard may be better when consumed often.

Choosing Healthy Bacon

Now that you know that the fat in bacon is not bad for you, or harmful for your health, don’t immediately go out and purchase bacon and eat it everyday.

First, you need to look for bacon that is nitrite-free.

Nitrite (sodium nitrite) is a preservative used in bacon to not only prevent spoilage, but also keep bacon a nice red color.

However, nitrite is also a known carcinogen and is related to increased risk and incidences of cancer.

So, if you do decide to choose bacon to help you either stick to a lower carbohydrate diet, or just eat instead of toast and jam, make sure you choose wisely – natural nitrite free bacon is the best.

With bacon, you don’t have to worry about the pig being full of artifical or natural hormones, because these are not allowed to be used on pigs.

Eat a Better Breakfast

Now you know that bacon is a good breakfast food, but it can also be used to enhance the taste of your favorite salads for lunch, or as a side dish at dinner.

No matter what you choose to do with your diet, bacon or not, remember that bacon is not bad for you, and will not ruin your health. Also, when eaten in the context of a low-sugar, unprocessed diet, it will not make your belly look like a pig’s.


Enjoy!
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Aaaaagh

This threads makes me want BACON




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Old 22-01-2013, 11:48 AM   #65
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Aaaaagh

This threads makes me want BACON



Give in to the BACON.
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Old 23-01-2013, 10:55 AM   #66
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This is one of the best threads on this entire forum, ever.

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Old 23-01-2013, 11:26 AM   #67
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Could we get the bloody Vegans, Swine and Burger Eaters out of the health section.



Shoo, shoo!!!
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Old 23-01-2013, 12:28 PM   #68
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Could we get the bloody Vegans, Swine and Burger Eaters out of the health section.



Shoo, shoo!!!
Well a healthy living means a healthy mind also, and eating bacon gives one a healthy mind or a happier out look on life.

Now some may disagree with this, but Edward Bernay kind of had a great idea, but not only for the reasons that were intended for. I have a much better day if I eat bacon and eggs for breakfast then I do if I eat a bowl of cereal, or fruit, matter of fact if I have a few extra slices my day is even better or at lest my out look on it is.
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Boggarts on Horseback
( a boggart is a mythical Lancastrian big foot type creature)

Take two Bury Black Puddings cut in halves.
Liberally smear one with English Mustard and the other with fresh Mint Sauce.
Put halves back together.
Completely wrap each black pudding
Using full round rashers of best back bacon sliced at Number 8 ( thick).
Secure with cocktail sticks.
Microwave on full power for five minutes.
Leave to stand for two minutes then nuke on full power for another five minutes.
Leave to stand for four minutes.
Serve hot.
Feeds two very hungry people or one slightly peckish rugby league player.

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I have just got myself some bacon. I feel a bacon sandwich is going to happen later.

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Don't forget the congealed blood. Got to have some black pudding.
Down south where I live people like to mix brains in with their scrambled eggs. And then there's scrapple... http://www.globalgourmet.com/food/sl...#axzz2Ip8cwGrH

After the ham, bacon, chops and other cuts of meat are taken from the butchered pig—what remains are fixings for scrapple—including the meat scraped off the head. Scrapple may contain pork skin, pork heart, pork liver, pork tongue, pork tails, pork ears—even pork brains. Those faint of palate needn't venture any further.



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scallpos....wrapped....in.....BACON




http://www.google.ca/imgres?q=scallo...9,r:4,s:0,i:94

http://www.google.ca/imgres?q=scallo...9,r:1,s:0,i:85

for about 12 years i used to dive for sea urchins for a living....no i never wrapped them in bacon....but some days we just said to hell with work and we would get ourselves a shit load of scallops. my favourite way to cook them was wrapped in bacon. used to eat them on bottom too, straight out of the shells....couldn't find any pigs down there to wrap'em in....

edit...maybe the veggans should try a bacon smoothie

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Old 23-01-2013, 06:21 PM   #73
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Well, yeah, it's a choice like everything else, but physiologically, we are frugivorous/herbivores.

Best Speech You Will Ever Hear - Gary Yourofsky - YouTube
Thanks for posting this video. It's confirmed my decision to go vegan. I've already cut out meat and cow's milk, but have found it hard to give up eggs and of course, cheese! I'm going to go fully vegan when I've finished what eggs and cheese I have left (too skint to just throw food away!).

I did like bacon, like most, but now have found new foods that are SO tasty. My faves at the moment are kale and avocado (not together!). Homemade guacamole is divine! And lightly fried kale with salt, pepper, chilli flakes and lemon juice is heavenly.
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p.s I think America is the most war-hungry country, and they eat tonnes of bacon!
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I've just had myself a bacon sandwich.

Yummy it was too.

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p.s I think America is the most war-hungry country, and they eat tonnes of bacon!
You really need to take a look at the Middle East over the last 50 years, yes the USA tends to stick its foot into way to many things, but over all thats not the fault of bacon, but you look at the Middle East and both sides the Muslims and the Jew's can't eat bacon and they have been at war for longer then most people can count.


@motleyhoo damn I miss Scrapple I cant get it out here in Arizona, I used to make that when I was in high school in the winter time when we did most of our butchering when I was living back east. Also we added both pork and beef to our scrapple and it did have a lot of meat in it not just parts, we would boil everything together and then pick it off the bones
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Well if you never had it give it a try, because it will cure most your needs in life and then some, wonder why we have all the war and fighting over Religious issues in the Middle East ? Well simple fact Muslims nor Jews eat BACON

Guess what go eat some bacon and have a little peace the world would love to have
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It's the salt they add to bacon which makes it taste so nice.

But personally, I find red meat upsets my stomach.
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To quote the fast show

" Sausis son, ingredimentos,porka,testiclos et scrotal sac"
Mmmm!
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Famous paintings in bacon....





This one is good.....portrait of Kevin Bacon (who else!)

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Did a Hilda Clarke liver flush so post-fast brunch-dinner was an epic plateful of smoked bacon rounds (The French ruin bacon by making it posh: they cut it into either little squares or poncy wafer thin medallions) with deep fried Moroccan preserved beef (Khlea) and and 3 fried eggs, along with a couple of homemade pickled eggs... all on a massive trencher of toasted buttered wholemeal hand-made Moroccan bread.

I've still got some left... Been eating all day.

Bacon and more meat, two type of eggs and more bacon, is a great way to finish a liver-flush and wash away all that nasty Magnesium sulphate taste.

A Yummy day for me.

Thanks to bacon.

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