Wednesday, November 25, 2009

I can stop anytime I want to

Are you addicted to bacon?

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  1. Of course you can. We may average to a normal person. I am 0% addicted to bacon, having always preferred sausage patties. :)

  2. 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... :)

  3. Sigh, only 54%. Perhaps it was becuase I don't care for trigonometry.

  4. After eating English bacon, I don't really think American bacon is food. (Pigshit isn't food.)

    Never liked bacon anyway. Well. American bacon.

  5. 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. :)

  6. 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.

  7. And Kelly? What kind of sausage do you like? I only have two types of patties at the momemnt.

  8. 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.

  9. 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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