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Of course you can. We may average to a normal person. I am 0% addicted to bacon, having always preferred sausage patties. :)
You are what you eat.
I'm only 58% bacon.
SHOCK!I'm 0% addicted to bacon.
Wow, I'm 85% addicted. I suspect the bacon doughnuts had something to do with it. Also, if it weren't for my addiction to caffeine, it may have been higher... :)
88%, why so low?
Sigh, only 54%. Perhaps it was becuase I don't care for trigonometry.
After eating English bacon, I don't really think American bacon is food. (Pigshit isn't food.)Never liked bacon anyway. Well. American bacon.
46% addicted here. Which is strange because I'm not particularly. ScottE - I can sometimes find British bacon over here sold as shoulder bacon or cottage ham. I prefer it, too. :)
I just cured (maple/salt) and smoked (hickory) 15 pounds of pork belly. I also have smoked Canadian bacon. What cut and what is the cure/smoke process on English bacon?Properly done American bacon is excellent, Oscar Meyer is pigshit. Watery pigshit.Home cured bacon with breakfast tomorrow.
And Kelly? What kind of sausage do you like? I only have two types of patties at the momemnt.
68% addicted. i'm slipping....
I'm only 41% addicted. In fairness, though, the reason I wouldn't touch that burger construction had nothing to do with the bacon. It was the two pounds of melted cheez-food that turned my stomach.
You know, I probably don't have to take this, as I'm 99.99999999% positive I know the result, but let's give it a try anyway...Yep, 0%. However, Questions 7 & 12 set up false choices and 9 & 10 were "yes" answers, hearkening back to my omnivore days.Still, 0%! Yay!
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