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  1. #1 How to Make Bacon Bath Salts 
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    Well here is another bacon fix for bacon lovers! :D
    Technically you dont eat it,....unless you want to!

    You can sniff it.

    Instructions Difficulty: Easy
    Things You’ll Need:
    Epsom salt
    Borax
    Liquid smoke
    Salt Pork
    A bowl
    Step1- Heat up 4 strips of salt pork in a microwave. You could also use bacon, but the salt pork has more fat, giving you more grease for your mixture.

    Step2 -Pour 2 cups epsom salt in bowl, then 1 cup borax.

    Step3 -Drain fat away from meat and mix with a few drops of liquid smoke. The liquid smoke helps make the scent, it won't smell right without it.

    Step4 -Mix the grease/smoke mixture into the salt mixture. Mix thoroughly by hand, or else it will not blend all the way. If there seems to be too much grease, add more borax and salt. If it is too dry, heat up more salt pork and repeat steps 1-4
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    Step5 -Enjoy bacon scented baths by adding your salt whenever you take a soak. To store, just put it in a bottle and save it for later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Well here is another bacon fix for bacon lovers! :D
    Technically you dont eat it,....unless you want to!

    You can sniff it.

    Instructions Difficulty: Easy
    Things You’ll Need:
    Epsom salt
    Borax
    Liquid smoke
    Salt Pork
    A bowl
    Step1- Heat up 4 strips of salt pork in a microwave. You could also use bacon, but the salt pork has more fat, giving you more grease for your mixture.

    Step2 -Pour 2 cups epsom salt in bowl, then 1 cup borax.

    Step3 -Drain fat away from meat and mix with a few drops of liquid smoke. The liquid smoke helps make the scent, it won't smell right without it.

    Step4 -Mix the grease/smoke mixture into the salt mixture. Mix thoroughly by hand, or else it will not blend all the way. If there seems to be too much grease, add more borax and salt. If it is too dry, heat up more salt pork and repeat steps 1-4
    .
    Step5 -Enjoy bacon scented baths by adding your salt whenever you take a soak. To store, just put it in a bottle and save it for later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Well here is another bacon fix for bacon lovers! :D
    Technically you dont eat it,....unless you want to!

    You can sniff it.

    Instructions Difficulty: Easy
    Things You’ll Need:
    Epsom salt
    Borax
    Liquid smoke
    Salt Pork
    A bowl
    Step1- Heat up 4 strips of salt pork in a microwave. You could also use bacon, but the salt pork has more fat, giving you more grease for your mixture.

    Step2 -Pour 2 cups epsom salt in bowl, then 1 cup borax.

    Step3 -Drain fat away from meat and mix with a few drops of liquid smoke. The liquid smoke helps make the scent, it won't smell right without it.

    Step4 -Mix the grease/smoke mixture into the salt mixture. Mix thoroughly by hand, or else it will not blend all the way. If there seems to be too much grease, add more borax and salt. If it is too dry, heat up more salt pork and repeat steps 1-4
    .
    Step5 -Enjoy bacon scented baths by adding your salt whenever you take a soak. To store, just put it in a bottle and save it for later.
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    My cholesterol just went up ten points reading that. :D
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    I'm still a little queasy from the bacon flavored Vodka..however....this does sound promising....might be a weekend project
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    OMG, if you went outside right after soaking in those bacon bath salts, you'd probably have a posse of dogs chasing you. :eek:

    Can just see a coalition of great danes and dobies tracking down the person with that bacon bath salt odor.
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