BACON JERKY 35g for 29p @ B & M
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BACON JERKY 35g for 29p @ B & M

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Found 22nd Sep 2012
didnt know they did bacon jerky, its actually not that bad

perfect for those who are working out and need protein thru the day at an affordable price

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Is it really high in salt though?

Anything that involves Bacon gets heat from me!

Original Poster

salt is 4.2 g per 100g

Bacon is the food of the gods. Scorching hot!

Original Poster

lmao

Havince, Can you type out the nutritional information on this?

Fat and carbs mainly. Thanks

LOL funny description

will get some of this tomorrow, woulg like to no the nut values also, cnsidering beef jerky is over "2.00 quid at my protein and val r Per beef jerky:50g:
Energy: 576.0kJ
Energy: 136.0Kcal
Protein (as-is): 25.1g
Carbohydrates: 2.9g
Fat: 2.7g
Edited by: "REAL_DEAL" 22nd Sep 2012

Havince

salt is 4.2 g per 100g



Are you sure that's not the sodium figure? Last time I checked these were 10g of salt.



Edited by: "dck" 23rd Sep 2012

Great for protein on the cheap.

Banned

don't rely on bacon or beef jerky for protein
The increased risk of cancer is not worth it

If your that bothered about protein Biffa, go harvest some earth worms.

Increased risk of cancer lol.. have fun at hug a vegetarian week.. READ ORIGINAL JOURNALS NOT MEDIA

Forget the "nutritional information" and on to the ingredients, any sugar or other nasty stuff in it?

Nitpickers Anonymous anyone? Geeze. I used to get beef jerky when I could get it cheap. It was pretty healthy for snack food. I can't expect bacon jerky to be as good health-wise, but wow, what a great price. And it must taste awesome. I'm definitely getting some.

p.s. I'm not even clicking a Daily Mail link. Anybody who believes their tripe is a fool.
Edited by: "Mantis" 23rd Sep 2012

Everybody seems so interested in the "nutritional, salt, sugar etc..." content.

I still remember the days when the first thing people asked about food was, "How Does It Taste?"

Does it have a tasty bacon flavour? (I only ask as the only jerky I've ever tried was South African Biltong and it was a bit too strong).


Edited by: "zeroHour2" 23rd Sep 2012

got some this weekend
please be carefull they have a small white bag inside to soak up moisture thats not edible

Banned

harlequinn666

Increased risk of cancer lol.. have fun at hug a vegetarian week.. READ … Increased risk of cancer lol.. have fun at hug a vegetarian week.. READ ORIGINAL JOURNALS NOT MEDIA


I think you should read some 'original' journals. If you need me to explain some of the longer words then feel free to PM me:
Parkin DM, Boyd L, Walker LC. The fraction of cancer attributable to lifestyle and environmental factors in the UK in 2010. Br J Cancer 2011;105(S2):S77-S81..
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zeroHour2

Everybody seems so interested in the "nutritional, salt, sugar etc..." … Everybody seems so interested in the "nutritional, salt, sugar etc..." content.I still remember the days when the first thing people asked about food was, "How Does It Taste?" :DDoes it have a tasty bacon flavour? (I only ask as the only jerky I've ever tried was South African Biltong and it was a bit too strong).


Bought today, taste pretty awful.
Nothing like proper meat, reminds me of quorn somewhat.

davew2011

Bought today, taste pretty awful.Nothing like proper meat, reminds me of … Bought today, taste pretty awful.Nothing like proper meat, reminds me of quorn somewhat.



Thanks, I was going to pop in Monday but I think I'll leave it for now.

Original Poster

just coz one person doesnt like it doesnt mean you wont

Havince

just coz one person doesnt like it doesnt mean you wont



B&M are a bit out of my way, but being a snack junkie who loves bacon I was going to go today at lunch but I'll wait until I'm in the area anyway and still pick up a bag to try them... and the fact that it's raining also puts me off

Original Poster

lol

Just called B&M Stockport and apparently they don't have any in stock. Good job I called, then! I recommend others do the same if they don't go into town regularly.

Original Poster

strange as thats where i got mine stockport

Just bought and tried these, they are OK, not as good as beef jerky for me - or the jack links buffalo wings chicken snack.
Its the sweet curing they have used i'm not that keen on.

Nutrition details:

http://i46.tinypic.com/50s31k.jpg

Havince

strange as thats where i got mine stockport



That's weird. Either the employee couldn't be arsed searching for me properly, or they've all been sold.

Original Poster

probably the first one

its like the time that UNCHARTED on PSVITA was £7.87 at tesco, i called the stockport sote and a bloke saidf it was fullprice asked him to check on shelf and he said it was full price when i went in it wasnt at all it was £7.87

Banned

so stockport is **** then

Original Poster

just lazy ****

Original Poster

just so people know

asda had these in this morning labelled as NEW

the price was £1 so a fair saving on this deal

Mantis

Nitpickers Anonymous anyone? Geeze. I used to get beef jerky when I could … Nitpickers Anonymous anyone? Geeze. I used to get beef jerky when I could get it cheap. It was pretty healthy for snack food. I can't expect bacon jerky to be as good health-wise, but wow, what a great price. And it must taste awesome. I'm definitely getting some.p.s. I'm not even clicking a Daily Mail link. Anybody who believes their tripe is a fool.



The point is, when you eat 99% of processed foods these days, you might as well be eating Dairy Milk....oh, now I realise that you acually said Daily Mail haha, but...my point still stands.



zeroHour2

Everybody seems so interested in the "nutritional, salt, sugar etc..." … Everybody seems so interested in the "nutritional, salt, sugar etc..." content.I still remember the days when the first thing people asked about food was, "How Does It Taste?" :DDoes it have a tasty bacon flavour? (I only ask as the only jerky I've ever tried was South African Biltong and it was a bit too strong).



Because some people have woken up and realise that the food supply is being poisened with things like sugar which should not be in a human diet. The reason it's an issue for me is because I'd like to be able to buy food without having to check if some greedy company has added high fructose corn syrup, soy or sugar to my bacon. The nitrites/nitrates are bad enough but sugar is even worse, the picture of the packet shown above shows that it has sugar AND fructose (fruit sugar) AND dextrose (corn sugar)...corn isn't even a human food.

Bacon should not contain sugar, cake contains sugar, I accept that and choose not to eat it but savoury foods should not contain sugar.

When you look at the effects of sugar on the human body and mind and look at it's addictive properties, it becomes obvious why these greedy capitalists are poisoning your food with it.


Edited by: "dar72" 28th Sep 2012

Banned

did that guy just say corn isnt a human food lol
dar72 can i borrow your tin foil hat sometime?
Edited by: "Mascherano" 29th Sep 2012

Original Poster

not sure if serious.....

Banned

There is, actually, a hilarious 'health freedom' nutcase bandwagon on the internet who espouse the evils of table sugar :-)
thepoxesblog.blogspot.co.uk/201…tml

Haha, sad b******, lighten up and have a Minstrel.

Mascherano

did that guy just say corn isnt a human food loldar72 can i borrow your … did that guy just say corn isnt a human food loldar72 can i borrow your tin foil hat sometime?



It isn't, it's a product of industrialised agriculture, humans aren't designed to eat it, along with wheat, rice, soy and any other mass-produced crops

Banned

dar72

It isn't, it's a product of industrialised agriculture, humans aren't … It isn't, it's a product of industrialised agriculture, humans aren't designed to eat it, along with wheat, rice, soy and any other mass-produced crops


lol superb trolling! No one could seriously think thats true

Mascherano

lol superb trolling! No one could seriously think thats true



Not at all, look up the Paleo lifestyle

Wake up sheeple
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