Please note that the weight of this product has changed from 300g to 200g.
The source of this pork has changed from Japan to Canada. Rest assured that the product is still sourced from free-range pigs that have never been treated with growth-promoting hormones or antibiotics.
The cleanest high quality bacon on the market! This bacon is uncured in an all-natural process using only salt and 100% natural spices for 10 days. No nitrates, nitrites, no curing salts, no celery, no sugars, no artificial ingredients, no nasties. Naturally smoked for 2 hours using natural hickory smoke. Gluten-free, lactose-free, free of preservatives and coloring agents. The result is amazingly good bacon that you can enjoy with your whole family. We only use pork loin that we source from ethical farms that raise pigs free-range and never treat the pigs with growth-hormones or antibiotics. Strictly no factory-farming.
This is the "Canadian-style" bacon which is made from the pork loin as opposed to the "American-style" bacon which is made from the pork belly. It's a little on the leaner side, so we recommend cooking with butter for the best results.
Pre-sliced bacon. The thickness is 2mm which is your average bacon thickness used for burgers or breakfast. Cook on high heat without adding any oil in the frypan. Due to the high-fat content, the slices will shrink in size and crisp up. Best suited for a family breakfast, as a burger topping, to wrap around asparagus or to wrap a filet mignon steak. High quality bacon - taste the difference. See the cooking instructions below.
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Shipping & Handling
|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. 1h
|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, Canadian Bacon, Crispy Bacon, Nitrate-free bacon, Sugarfree Bacon, Back Bacon, Canadian Ham
|Ingredients||Pork loin, sea salt, natural spices|
|Pork Country of Origin||Canada
|Processing in||Tochigi Prefecture, Japan|
|Cooked/Uncooked||Uncured and smoked but uncooked. Cook thoroughly before consumption.
|Traceability||100% fully traceable from farm to fork|
|Subtherapeutic Antibiotics Use||Never|
|Importer||Horizon Farms, Inc.|
Nutritional Information per 100g
|Total Fat (g)||16.4g|
Defrost the pack of bacon in a bowl of water (less than 1 hour) or in the fridge overnight.
One pack is enough for 4 persons. Once opened you can leave the pack in the fridge for up to 2 more days. Please do not refreeze again for quality reasons.
Since this bacon is a little lean, we recommend cooking it with some butter. Prepare a frying-pan to high heat and place some butter and the bacon slices into the frying pan. It still has relatively high-fat content and it will show during cooking. The bacon will also shrink in size and become crispy. Cook the next slices in the same juices for flavorful bacon.
Take off the bacon from the heat once crispy brown. The more you cook it the more crispy it becomes. We recommend not cooking them for too long. Serve for a full breakfast, as a burger topping or in your salad.
Enjoy crispy bacon. All-natural - without sugar - without nasties and free-range pork.
Translated from Japanese: Very tasty!!! I will order again... ♪
Translated from Japanese: I was looking for additive-free bacon. This product was spiced but not spicy, flavorful and very tasty.
Translated from Japanese: It’s safe to eat and many dishes can be cooked with it. It has a great flavor and is really tasty.
Translated from Japanese: It has a good reputation. The meat is sticky when you cut it, so it's a hassle, but it's not a big problem.
Translated from Japanese: Bacon without any additives is rare, but it isn’t salty or fatty and is dull. In the product photo, the fat looks rather juicy, but in reality there is no fat, and even when baked, no fat appears in the frying pan. There’s no need for kitchen paper. It was like chicken filet. The block bacon was fatty and crispy and could be grilled like bacon, but this sliced one was really dry.
My children who love crispy bacon don't like this bacon either... When the American style bacon is back in stock, I’d like to try it.