Canned Bacon

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#1: Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon.
The camping enthusiast's favorite brand of freeze dried food is
Mountain House, and
Mountain House Scrambled Eggs with Bacon,
pictured right, is among the most popular of foods they offer.
Scientifically proven to last 25 years, Mountain House guarantees
it will last for 30!

#2: SPAM bacon.
"Now that Spam is flavored with bacon, happiness is everywhere,
but mostly in the frying pan." The ingredients of
SPAM bacon are
fairly simple: Pork with ham, bacon (cured with water, salt, sugar,
dextrose, dodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite), rendered bacon
fat, water, modified potato starch, salt, sugar, sodium nitrate.

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You love bacon and want to do more with it, now you can! Sample
some awesome ideas in
101 things To Do with Bacon, pictured
immediate right by Eliza Cross. Incidentally, you can buy this
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Everybody loves bacon, and the delicious recipes featured in "101
Things To Do with Bacon" will give you ideas beyond breakfast
dishes. You'll find new twists on old favorites as well as inventive
new recipes for salads, soups, sandwiches, appetizers, entrees,
and desserts, including
  • Asparagus, Bacon, and Caramelized Onion Pizza;
  • New England Clam Chowder;
  • Bacon, Egg, and Colby Cheese Quesadillas;
  • Bowtie Pasta with Broccoli and Bacon;
  • Crispy Fried Rice; and
  • Savory Bacon Smokies.

Make Bacon a Part of your Apocalypse Breakfast!
Youtuber, emmymadeinjapan shares her thoughts on bacon in a
can as well as other prepper favorites, egg crystals, canned
butter, canned cheese, and shelf-stable bread.
Stocking a Preppers Kitchen with Bacon!

Bacon is meat candy!
Did you know bacon comes in a can? The most popular canned
bacon is from Yoders, because it's bacon made the Amish way
and as the first to capture the meat candy in a can.

Yoder’s cooks their bacon prior to canning, removing all excess
fat. It is then laid out on parchment paper, rolled and canned for
freshness. You get as many as 50 slices per can of
Yoder's Bacon,
pictured right. That's between 2-3/4 and 3-1/4 pounds (pre-
cooked weight) of bacon that goes into each can. That's a lot of

This bacon is perfect in emergency and survival situations as it
will supply you with the calories and proteins that your body
needs. It's great for emergencies, but it's just as fun to take this
bacon camping. There are 60 calories and 5 grams of protein in
each slice. You can eat it right out of the can, cut it up for your
pastas and salads or serve it warm from a frying pan. Anyway you
serve it, you have tasty bacon.

Canned Bacon Options for Preppers
Bacon is the staple of American breakfast and a must have in
prepper's pantry for long term storage and enjoyment. There
are really just two brands of canned bacon with Yoder's canned
bacon at the helm.

#1: Yoder's Canned bacon.
Bacon is a favorite food of preppers. Yoder's Bacon in a can is
great to bring camping (and it's wonderful for food storage)!

Yoder's canned bacon is pre-cooked without all the fuss and has a
delicious smoked flavor. We're not sure how they did it, but the
pack about 40 to 50 slices of bacon (equal to 2.5-3.5 of uncooked
bacon) in every can. Open and eat this extraordinary prepper food
straight from the can!

Yoder's cooks their bacon prior to canning, removing all excess
fat. It is then laid out on parchment paper, rolled and canned for
freshness. With a ten year shelf-life, you're sure to be happy with
this can in your preps. You can eat it right out of the can, pop it
into the microwave for a few seconds or warm it in a frying pan.
Anyway you serve it, you still have tasty bacon. Yoder's canned
bacon is apocalyptic heaven in a can — any prepper worth his or
her weight in salt can attest to that.
Yoder's bacon in a can is a Prepper's miracle. Cured to perfection
this bacon is cooked and then hand-wrapped, rolled and packed in
the U.S.A. Made in Ohio, with a shelf-life in excess of 10 years,
this bacon makes a perfect addition to your food storage
program; also great for every day use.

Fully cooked, non-perishable and requires no refrigeration to
store, and no heat to eat. Just open the can and eat - or heat
and serve.

With smoky flavor and a long shelf life, you'll get about 40-50
servings per can of fully cooked bacon, per can. And it's fully
drained of fat. This stuff has a 10 year shelf life!

Yoders is real bacon for your long term food storage needs.
What's more, Yoder's fully cooked canned bacon is 100% U.S.
bacon made with preppers in mind. You won't be able to resist 50
slices of ready-to-eat bacon in can.

#2: Tactical Bacon.
Tactical bacon is perhaps more for gift giving. It has a novelty
appeal and advertises that it's "perfect for camping, hunting,
zombie standoffs, end of the world scenarios  A wonderful prepper
Tactical Bacon makes a fun gift, and it just may come in
handy some day!
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Happy endings...
If you've ever Googled "Bacon Loving Prepper," you'll find us:!

Prepping and bacon go together like peanut butter and jelly!
Yoder's Canned Bacon is fully cooked and ready to eat right out of
the can and it's not available in stores.

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