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    Fully cooked, uncured, no sugar added bacon, unrefridgerated???

    I saw this line of bacon that said it was fully cooked, uncured, and sugar free, and it didnít need to be refrigerated. Any idea how that could be safe?
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    I sometimes buy what our market calls fresh side pork, which is basically uncured bacon. It's not got sugar, and it's delicious. I've never seen it already cooked, though.

    Maybe that's what you are looking at?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mossrose View Post
    I sometimes buy what our market calls fresh side pork, which is basically uncured bacon. It's not got sugar, and it's delicious. I've never seen it already cooked, though.

    Maybe that's what you are looking at?
    They sell ready made bacon sealed in boxes at the grocery store.



    I believe it has to be cured though. basically like beef jerky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparko View Post
    They sell ready made bacon sealed in boxes at the grocery store.



    I believe it has to be cured though. basically like beef jerky.
    Yes. I often get that for Kasha, because it heats in the microwave in about 10 seconds. It is cured.

    Fresh side pork:

    http://richmondmeatpackers.com/product/fresh-side-pork/

    https://www.google.com/search?q=fres...sfrvrgsTrym6M:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Dragule View Post
    I saw this line of bacon that said it was fully cooked, uncured, and sugar free, and it didnít need to be refrigerated. Any idea how that could be safe?
    Once cooked, (which should theoretically kill the bacteria) they vacuum seal it. No air/oxygen keeps it from spoiling very quickly. It still has a shelf life that you will not want to exceed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlejoe View Post
    Once cooked, (which should theoretically kill the bacteria) they vacuum seal it. No air/oxygen keeps it from spoiling very quickly. It still has a shelf life that you will not want to exceed.
    We buy fully cooked bacon at Sam's in bulk, and love it! Nukes in the microwave to whatever crispiness you want.


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    You don't have to refrigerate it until you open it. Shelf life is like 6 months or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogue06 View Post
    It seems that a certain singular naughty swine is trying to save his own skin
    Obviously, he is not refrigerated and he went bad, so it can spoil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mossrose View Post
    Yes. I often get that for Kasha, because it heats in the microwave in about 10 seconds. It is cured.

    You just said:
    Quote Originally Posted by mossrose View Post
    I've never seen it already cooked, though.

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