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Please note that this product will now be from pigs raised in either Canada or Austria. Both farms are all-year free-range pigs raised without the use of growth hormones, preventative antibiotics, or other nasties. There is no difference in quality or package size.
Horizon Farms proudly presents probably Japan's first all-natural, sugar-free, free-range pork bacon. This took us a year of experimenting and many costly batches. Each pack contains one unsliced 300g sized block of bacon. Slice or cut the way you like it. We also offer thinly and thickly sliced bacon. See the cooking instructions below.
This bacon is cured in an all-natural curing process using only natural spices. Absolutely no nitrates added, no curing salts, no celery, no sugars, no artificial ingredients, no nasties. Then smoked for a duration of 2 hours using natural hickory smoke. Cured for 2 weeks, smoked, sliced, and blast frozen. The result is amazingly good bacon that you can enjoy with your whole family. This tends to be more the American style bacon that crisps up and shrinks rather than the lean British or Canadian bacon which is usually made from the pork loin. Family-farm produced, ethically raised high-quality pork and top-quality natural spices.
We use the pork belly which has a relatively high-fat content - the juices are what make our bacon so succulent. The pork comes from pastures of Austria or Canada of which are both free-range and completely free of growth hormones and antibiotics. Hands down, this might be the cleanest bacon available. A difference in quality you can taste.
|Weight||300g (10.5 oz.)|
|Serves||Serves 3-4. Heavily depends on the recipe and usage
|Shipping||Shipping and delivery is frozen|
|Handling||Keep frozen below -18°C (0°F)|
|Defrosting Time||In the fridge: approx. 12h
In ice-water: approx. 2h
|Cooking Method||Nonstick fry pan|
|Expiration||Frozen: see packaging label (usually more than 3 months)
Chilled: Please consume unopened pack within 4 days.
|Also known as||Uncured bacon, American bacon, Crispy Bacon, American Style Bacon, Nitrate-free bacon, sugarfree bacon
|Ingredients||Pork belly, sea salt, natural spices|
|Country of Origin||Austria|
|Processing in||Tochigi Prefecture, Japan|
|Cooked/Uncooked||Cured and smoked but uncooked. Cook thoroughly before consumption.
|Traceability||100% fully traceable from farm to fork|
|Subtherapeutic Antibiotics Use||Never|
|Importer||Horizon Farms, Inc.|
||Based on 100g serving size
Total Fat: 17.1g
Total Carbohydrates: 3.1g
Defrost the pack of bacon in a bowl of water (less than 2 hours) or in the fridge overnight. Once opened you can leave the pack in the fridge for up to 2 more days. Please do not refreeze again for quality reasons.
Prepare a frying pan to high heat and place the bacon bits or slices without additional oil or butter into it.
The pork belly that we use for the bacon is relatively high in fat and it will show during cooking. The bacon will also shrink in size and become crispy.
In our cooking example, we're presenting you our family's weekend favorite: Scrambled eggs and bacon bits. Cook the bacon bits first. Then add eggs that have been broken with a little bit of milk for extra fluffyness.
Mix well. The rendered fat from the bacon will add extra flavor. There is no need to season.
Serve for breakfast with toast and orange juice. Choose healthier and safe ingredients for a great start to the day for you and your family.
Translated from Japanese: I'm horrified of the additives that's in bacon sold in supermarkets. This bacon, on the other hand, is low in salt and the color may seem bland at first, but I'm very happy to be able to enjoy the true flavor of meat.
Translated from Japanese: I was looking for unsalted bacon and bought this one. Certainly, the color looks dull, but when I think that this is the original color, the bacon I usually buy... scared me a little.
The taste is delicious and I’d like to buy it again if I have another chance.
Translated from Japanese: It's delicious. Is there no discount for those who order often? (laughs)
Translated from Japanese: The salt content was not strong and it was easy to cook.
I think that the scent seemed to be different from the taste.
Translated from Japanese: I couldn't eat it all at once, so I divided it into 4 pieces and re-froze the rest.
It has a mild aroma and salt content.
My husband, who is sensitive to animal odors, was fine with it.
I fried it with bean sprouts and put it in miso ramen.
With just the right amount of fat, it didn't interfere with the taste of the soup at all.