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Types of Bacon

Coconut Bacon
Coconut Bacon

Fake bacon that tastes like the real thing. Use it in salads, BLTs, or anywhere else that you would add bacon. This coconut bacon is vegan and gluten free, as long as you use gluten-free soy sauce (like tamari). Recipe yields 3 cups coconut bacon.

Duck Bacon
Duck Bacon

Duck bacon is ideal for pork-free diets and is a fun substitute even for traditional pork bacon lovers. Serve it for breakfast or use it to enhance all kinds of dishes, including salads, pizza and pasta.

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Gypsy Bacon
Gypsy Bacon

Gypsy Bacon is cured bacon with the rind still on. Beneath the rind, it is layers of meat and fat, each layer being between 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch (1/2 to 1 cm) thick. It is sold in slabs about 1 inch (2.5 cm) thick. Gypsy Bacon is smoke cured, but needs cooking.

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Seitan
Seitan

Bacon Seitan Cook it a little or cook it a lot (for you extra crispy vegan Bacon lovers). This smoky seitan makes a great BLT, salad or pizza topping, or enjoy it as a side.

Slab Bacon
Slab Bacon

The Slab; Standard Bacon; American Style Canadian Bacon; Poultry and Beef Bacon — In the United States, Canadian bacon is also referred to as back bacon, which is a lean portion of meat taken from the loin in the mid-section of the back of the pig and cut into medallion-shaped slices. ...

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Speck Distinctively Juniper-Flavored, Speck is Italian Bacon
Speck Distinctively Juniper-Flavored, Speck is Italian Bacon

Distinctively juniper-flavored, speck is Italian bacon. It is made from deboned pork legs and cured in various spices like garlic, nutmeg, and of course, juniper. When it’s all spiced and cooked, speck looks a lot like regular bacon, but the specific spices give it a unique flavor.

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Tempeh
Tempeh

Organic Fakin' Bacon Tempeh Strips With a rich, bold flavor, this tempeh is an organic treat to be savored. Bring the smoky, savory bacon-like flavor to your sandwiches and salads, or bake it as a main course.

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