Baconnaise

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Mmmm…

Bacon.

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    1. Oh, shi-

      It’s epic, but fails for those who dislike mayo.

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    2. . . .

      Unless, that’s just clever word play, and there’s no mayo, but infact MORE BACON!!!

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    3. Mayo is such an unpleasant thing to ingest for me that even if there is no mayo in that product, the fact that it is implied through it’s name is enough for me to avoid it.

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    4. Wh… What? How can you not like mayo.

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    5. This is like really nasty baby food. Only you could never feed this trash to a baby.
      Food doesn’t exactly become better just because it’s in liquid form and in a can. Ugh.

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    6. From the makers of Bacon Salt

      Quotes from satisfied customers:

      “Thank you for organizing the party in my mouth.”
      – Mark.

      “My savior has arrived… And its name is BACON SALT”
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      “Other than the Internet, this is the best invention since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Bacon Salt is the real deal.””
      – Matt Diablo, 91x morning radio show, San Diego, CA.

      “How good is it? A few sprinkles revive lackluster mashed potatoes, just a dash on eggs adds another layer of flavor. It’s a surprisingly faithful mimic of the sweet, salty, and smoky compounds found in good bacon, yet there’s no meat at all, making it both certified Kosher and safe for vegetarians pining for pork.”
      – Boston Globe, best of 2007.

      “Epoch shattering invention.”
      – The National Review.

      “There’s almost nothing that would be better without Bacon Salt.”
      – The Daily Candy.

      “Bacon Salt bitch-slaps the flavor of bacon into anything and everything it touches”
      – PC Gamer magazine’s Wonder Gear of the Month.

      “There is really only one thing that’s important to ask yourself when you’re about put something in your mouth: Does it taste like bacon? If yes, then go ahead and put it in your mouth. If no, then liberally douse it in Bacon Salt only THEN should you put it in your mouth.”
      – AOL Food.

      “Oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god. Fat free, zero calorie, vegetarian, kosher seasoning salt that makes everything taste like bacon? How did it take me this long to discover?”
      – Down With Pants.

      “I received some for christmas, and sweet god, I will never go back to any other kind of seasoning ever again.”
      – SuburbanBuddha

      “Bacon Salt is the savior of the bacon-loving South. It’s a miracle!”
      – Jill Connor Browne, best-selling author, Sweet Potato Queens.

      “Consider this the first So Good stamp-of-approval, Bacon Salt is definitely worthy of your time and money.”
      – So Good.

      “My 7 year old son hasn’t stopped talking about Bacon Salt since he heard about it. You guys are on to something here.”
      – Alan S.

      “I would spend my allowance on this. So good…”
      – Alan’s 7 year old son.

      “I’ll put this on everything. This is the new seasoning salt.”
      – Sean R.

      “Why would you have fries if you could have BACON fries??”
      – Chuck H.

      “I will never eat eggs without Bacon Salt again!””
      – Brian R.

      “I don’t dine on swine, but wow, that’s really good.”
      – Marcia R.

      “I can’t think of an individual thing you should try it on, because it belongs on almost everything. Heck, you could season one of your knit socks and suck out it out through the fibers.”
      – Fluid Pudding.

      “When you put Bacon Salt on mashed potatoes, they try to eat themselves.”
      – Aaron Tucker.

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    7. But this stuffs got mayo in it…If it were mustard, do they make it in mustard?
      -Chuck Norris seasons his boots with bacon salt. That’s why so many people stand still when he kicks them in the face.

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    8. I don’t like mayo either, but I’ll admit that it does have its place, and when used sparingly in its place, it’s acceptable.

      This stuff would be epic on a toasted tomato sandwich. With more bacon. I usually use Caesar dressing on those.

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    9. Bacon and Mayo are two of the main food groups, but a combination of both can only be the product of witchcraft.

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    10. @Namelis1: I’m not sure. I just don’t like it. Maybe it’s because I grew up around a bunch of obese people who licked it off spoons. Or maybe it’s because it makes my upper lip smell after I eat it. It could be because it makes my stomach hurt. Or all of those. *shrug*

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    11. I enjoy bacon. Bacon and Mayo is a bit too much though. May is nasty as it is.

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