Imitation Bacon Unit Seasoning
Imitation Bacon Unit (No MSG)
We love bacon and it is one of America's top-rated foods as we are always trying to add it to dishes, desserts, and even drinks now! Imitation Bacon Seasoning allows you to get that Bacon taste when using ground beef or pork. Mix in this seasoning with the cure and stuff into either a casing or a pan to form a loaf then slice just like the real thing! Have it with your eggs, put it in a sandwich or a salad, or use it as a stirrer in your bacon-flavored Bloody Mary!
Weight: 0.84375 lb package
Seasons 25 lb of meat
Includes 1 oz of sure cure for a smoked product, if making fresh product do not add cure
View our full Seasonings Conversion Chart to measure out smaller 1 lb or 5 lb batches with other seasonings.
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