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Odysseus
05-27-2009, 10:08 AM
A buddy of mine sent me this link. Needless to say, this is one small step for bacon, one giant step for mankind, and possibly a potent new weapon in the war against Islamist terrorists.

http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/front/squeez-bacon.jpg
http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/squeez-bacon.html



The World's Most Perfect Food


A few years after WWII ended, a young man working in a small restaurant in Sweden developed a new way to process bacon. By precooking it and blending it in a special way, he was able to make a fully cooked 100% bacon paste that could be squeezed from a tube. Knowing he had discovered something paradigm-shifting, young Vilhelm Lillefläsk quickly went into business. That, dear friends, is when Squeez Bacon® was born. And this delicious delectable from Sweden has finally been brought over to the USA - now with American Flavor!

We've been working for months now with Vilhelm Lillefläsk (yes, he still runs the company!) to bring Squeez Bacon® here, and boy are we proud. Why? Because Squeez Bacon® is simply the tastiest bacon food product ever made. Did you know that it's rumored ABBA met while eating Squeez Bacon® sandwiches? And even IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad (we've heard) never travels without a case! He loves it on his American style meatballs. Ojojoj!

Vilhelm Lillefläsk's Squeez Bacon® is fully cooked 100% bacon. Due to the patented electro-mechanical process by which Squeez Bacon® is rendered, it requires no preservatives or other additives. Each serving is as healthy as real bacon, and equivalent to 4 premium slices of bacon! You can put it on sandwiches, pizza, pastas, bacon, soups, pies, eat it hot or cold (warm Squeez Bacon® on toasted rye is to die for), substitute it for bacon in your recipes, or even eat it right out of the tube like we do! If it's edible, it's better with Squeez Bacon®. In the immortal words of Vilhelm Lillefläsk, "Aldrig kommer att ge dig upp!" Once you get a taste of Squeez Bacon®, you'll know exactly what he meant.

Liven up your dull, depressing food!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/other/squeez-bacon-embed2.jpg
Product Features

Each tube contains 21oz (595g) of Squeez Bacon®.
16 servings - equivalent to 64 slices of bacon!
Bottled in Sweden, made from U.S. bred swine.
Shelf Life of 12 years.
No refrigeration needed.
Jätte gott!

Gingersnap
05-27-2009, 10:35 AM
Swedes really like pork and they eat a lot of sandwiches. I have never heard of this stuff. I can't believe my bacon-crazy family wouldn't be heavily invested in bacon paste if it was available. Is this really Swedish? :confused:

Rockntractor
05-27-2009, 10:50 AM
A litle squeeze bacon some aerosol cheese and some canned bread and you would have a sandwich. Do they make canned bread yet?

Gingersnap
05-27-2009, 10:52 AM
A litle squeeze bacon some aerosol cheese and some canned bread and you would have a sandwich. Do they make canned bread yet?

You bake pumpernickel in a can type of thing. Maybe that counts?

megimoo
05-27-2009, 11:59 AM
A buddy of mine sent me this link. Needless to say, this is one small step for bacon, one giant step for mankind, and possibly a potent new weapon in the war against Islamist terrorists.

http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/front/squeez-bacon.jpg
http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/squeez-bacon.html
Forget waterboarding, just squeeze a little on their foreheads and wait for it to run down their faces !I recall an article about a Special Forces guy while on leave picked up a bunch of dried pigs ears at a pet store and took them back to Iraq.

Whenever they interrogated an insurgent they would threaten to kill him and put an ear in his mouth before they buried him just to keep him out of the bosom of Allah !

NJCardFan
05-27-2009, 12:10 PM
A litle squeeze bacon some aerosol cheese and some canned bread and you would have a sandwich. Do they make canned bread yet?
Ask and ye shall receive:
http://s3files.core77.com/blog/images/canned_bread02.jpg

patriot45
05-27-2009, 12:13 PM
Aww, nothing can take the place of the aroma of frying up bacon and then using that delectable grease to whip up come home fries!:D
But I guess if your on the go, just squeeze some down your throat and your good!

Odysseus
05-27-2009, 01:36 PM
Aww, nothing can take the place of the aroma of frying up bacon and then using that delectable grease to whip up come home fries!:D
But I guess if your on the go, just squeeze some down your throat and your good!

That's just one of many applications. Imagine using a cake decorating kit for attractive, festive bacon designs on various types of foods. Bacon roses on pigs in a blanket, for example. Also, any application that previously involved whipped cream or spray cheese could be applied. We'll know that it's hit the big time when a correspondent writes about a new application with those immortal words, "Dear Penthouse Forum..." :D

Rockntractor
05-27-2009, 01:46 PM
That's just one of many applications. Imagine using a cake decorating kit for attractive, festive bacon designs on various types of foods. Bacon roses on pigs in a blanket, for example. Also, any application that previously involved whipped cream or spray cheese could be applied. We'll know that it's hit the big time when a correspondent writes about a new application with those immortal words, "Dear Penthouse Forum..." :D
I'm not sure
what to think of all ths anti-pig sentiment but even I enjoy the flavor of a fallen comrad now and then.

megimoo
05-27-2009, 01:52 PM
That's just one of many applications. Imagine using a cake decorating kit for attractive, festive bacon designs on various types of foods. Bacon roses on pigs in a blanket, for example. Also, any application that previously involved whipped cream or spray cheese could be applied. We'll know that it's hit the big time when a correspondent writes about a new application with those immortal words, "Dear Penthouse Forum..." :DIs this stuff still raw or is it cooked ?If it is already cooked it would work well with a BLT .Just fry the bacon and layer it on toast after a few squeezes of the tube on the toast.Or on an squeezed on an omelette just before it is folded over.

Odysseus
05-27-2009, 04:02 PM
I'm not sure what to think of all ths anti-pig sentiment but even I enjoy the flavor of a fallen comrad now and then.
Spoken like a true free-marketeer. :D

Is this stuff still raw or is it cooked ?If it is already cooked it would work well with a BLT .Just fry the bacon and layer it on toast after a few squeezes of the tube on the toast.Or on an squeezed on an omelette just before it is folded over.
Apparently, it's already cooked. The paste is supposed to be edible straight out of the bottle.

Odysseus
05-27-2009, 05:25 PM
And, lest you think that these guys are a one-trick pony, here's gummy bacon!!!

http://www.thinkgeek.com/images/products/front/b97f_gummy_bacon.jpg

SarasotaRepub
05-27-2009, 08:49 PM
MUST ORDER!!!!!!

:D

Bubba Dawg
05-27-2009, 08:52 PM
A litle squeeze bacon some aerosol cheese and some canned bread and you would have a sandwich. Do they make canned bread yet?

Dude, your trifecta is a fait acompli.....

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/13/18044939_a2a929241f.jpg?v=0

Rockntractor
05-27-2009, 09:03 PM
MUST ORDER!!!!!!

:D
Didn't see that coming!:)