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August 26, 2010


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So does this mean you've turned a new leaf? Actually I have to confess... despite my 20 years of being a vegetarian, one of my favorite outdoor smells is the smell of burgers grilling. Yum! The smell of bacon cooking isn't bad either. :)


I've been a vegetarian for over 5 years, and I have to say, bacon is something I miss. But I agree with Will-it has to be crunchy bacon. For that reason, the soy bacon just isn't the same. The animal grease provides a certain amount of grease that just can't be replicated on soy products.


Bacon and sausage & peppers (at the ballpark) are two of my favorite smells, even as a vegetarian. I miss bacon, but I never really liked sausage so I'm not sure what that one is about.


Not a vegetarian, not by a long shot. Yet if I never ate bacon again, I wouldn't care. It's delicious, but . . . eh. Oh well. BUT I do get your fascination with something so sinful that you've sworn off of it. "The best bacon is all bacon" is my new favorite saying. : )


I've said it before and I'll say it again... bacon is a gateway meat.


My dad always said that if you serve bacon & there's none left over, you didn't make enough! xoxo


bacon is a gateway drug http://realitytruck.blogspot.com/2010/08/best-blt.html

Dianne Avery

I've been a veggie my whole life and I must admit that it does smell good. The difference between you and I though....I'll never know what it taste like. :-)

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