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Bacon Seasoning - Combo Pack for $33.96 (50% off+15% Ozb Bonus Discount) Delivered @ Deliciou

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Bacon Seasoning makes ANYTHING taste like bacon! It is low in calories, low fat, low sodium and vegetarian. Put it on vegetables, hot chips, burgers, barbecue steaks or anything else to add delicious bacon flavour to your meal. The combo pack in the link contains 4 different flavour notes, including Original, Cheesy, Spicy and Smoky BBQ flavour. All made in Melbourne, Australia.

The Combo Pack is currently down from $80 to $39.95 + FREE Shipping + a unique OzBargain members only discount for a further 15% off when entereing "OzBargain15%" on checkout.

Being based on vegetables our seasoning is low in calories, low fat, low sodium and vegetarian. Each serving contains only 2.8 calories, 0.02 grams of fat and 5 times less sodium than normal salt. With Bacon Seasoning you can make healthy choices for you and your family while making everything taste like bacon.

Each jar has 65 grams of seasoning which makes up to 65 meals taste delicious. That is less than 16 cents per meal. Great taste, great value.

We have been sold out of our seasonings for some time and now have a fresh batch ready to be shipped to your door.

Enjoy!

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    im guessing this wont squeal when i add it to my food?

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    Being based on vegetables our seasoning is low in calories, low fat, low sodium and vegetarian.

    No meat product in it whatsoever… Don't know whether I should try… Anyone Ozb have feedback for this product?

    • +4 votes

      yes. Save the bother, eat real bacon.

      • -1 vote

        yeah enjoy the real bacon, its cheaper as well, for 40 bucks you can usualy get 4KG's of it.

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          Nothing beats real bacon, but Bacon Seasoning is great on hot chips, popcorn, in soups and in mashed potatoes etc. It doesn't have the fat, calories and sodium as in normal bacon either. So you don't need to choose between the real stuff or the seasoning. Both are great!

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      Yeah it is completely vegetarian, but it's delicious on meat, including bacon! You can check out verified buyer reviews on the product page the post links to. Mostly good reviews. A taste test on 3AW said it was the best seasoning they had ever come across.

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    Sounds like great condiment to have with you when you visit places where bacon is banned and thus supplemented. :)

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    Is there any ingredient/nutrition info on the site?

    I'd like to have a bit of an idea of exactly what's in it before I think about trying it…

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      Definitely! Check out the product page images where there is a picture of the label. Cheers

      • +3 votes

        Thanks for that.

        I'm sorry, I'd love to try it, but to be brutally honest the price you're asking is way too high for a bit of sprinkle on MSG/IMP/GMP (621/635).

        Cool product, but seriously overpriced even with all of the discounts.

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    Is this an Australian produced alternative to J&D's Bacon Salt?

    • +1 vote

      I thought J&D Bacon Salt didn't taste any good, so I invented my own Bacon Seasoning. It is a similar concept, but it taste much better.

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    too pricy, but im going to buy it on put it on my hot chips

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      Thanks mate. It's hard for me to price it as low as the big seasoning makers because we incur higher costs as a small business (and pay for your shipping). Hopefully down the road we can get it into coles and woolies and price it lower.

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    Is it halal?

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    Is it Halal ? :)

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    I think if you mention in the title that it becomes $33.96 AUD you might get a few more people ;)

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    I notice it is not vegan (they all seem to contain milk).

    I shall stick to these recipes:
    http://cookieandkate.com/2014/how-to-make-coconut-bacon/
    and:
    http://wellandfull.com/2015/08/my-favorite-coconut-bacon/

    You don't need to use coconut flakes - you can use the flavouring on many other items too that you want to have that smokey, maple flavour that is usually associated with bacon.

    Of course for those that don't have ethical problems with animal products, it is certainly more convenient to just shake on some ready made powder.

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    At the discounted price of $34 a jar, 65 grams per jar, you are still charging over $500 a kilo ….. I'm sorry but that is outrageous for some seasoning.
    What could this possibly contain that would justify that price?

    • +4 votes

      That's not correct. It's $34 for 4 jars. Per kg that is $130, but the cheap mixed herbs at woolies is about $200/kg so Bacon Seasoning is cheaper than normal spice blends.

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        In all fairness, mixed herbs are a lot lighter per volume, so that's not a fair comparison.

        The best metric would be stock powder, which is usually ~$3 per 168g can or ~$17.80/kg at Woolies prices…to put this in perspective, you're charging $130/kg for a product that; whilst it is of a slightly different flavour; is still essentially stock powder!

        Again, I'd love to try it, but not with that level of price disparity.

        • +2 votes

          Nah it is not a fair way of evaluating the price. You get your hot chips or roasted vegetables tasting like bacon for 13 cents. That's the way you should look at it. Why look at per kg price when you would spend 3 years eating that much seasoning?

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          @deliciou: Interesting.

          You seemed happy to do a per kg comparison a couple of hours ago when you thought it suited your purposes…now it's suddenly "unfair".

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          Agree. Put Massel chicken or beef stock (both contain no animal products) on chips for great flavours. Or Vegeta. Add a splash of liquid smoke and a super light sprinkle of dusted brown sugar for a bbq flavour.

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          @StewBalls: no, it is not fair to use cheap stock powder as comparison. Bacon Seasoning is nowhere near what stock powder is. Use Kg, Tonnes, or even truck loads as your measurement if you want. It makes more sense to look at how much it cost per serving.

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          @deliciou:

          Bacon Seasoning is nowhere near what stock powder is.

          Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Salt, Flavour enhancers (621, 635), Yeast & Yeast extract…

          That's pretty much the textbook definition of stock powder mate.

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    Not a bad idea. Most vegetarians miss bacon more anything else when they stop eating meat. This product means they can satisfy that craving without having to resort to eating meat…..assuming this product is actually good.

    Now, where is my consultation fee? 😊

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    I'm surprised no one has asked this yet, but what happens when you put it on bacon? :D~~

    Does it go super awesome bacon time? is it way too salty? is there such thing as too bacony?

    PS. HP sauce + bacon is the best combo..

    • +8 votes

      Why? It was proven years ago that MSG isn't dangerous. A scientist had dodgy food in China and decided to blame MSG for it in a medical journal. Do you believe that eating carrots will give you night vision too?

      • +3 votes

        Exactly! I saw a BBC documentary a while ago where they investigated MSG, concluded that eating more MSG was probably better for you than salt. It's naturally in so many foods in pretty decent concentrations, particularly if you like broccoli and many other healthy food choices.

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          The salient point here is that you can buy a big-ass bag of MSG (or stock powder with MSG) from your local Asian grocery for peanuts…this is $11 for a tiny 65g jar.

          If you're gonna pay for MSG you might as well be getting value for money.

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    Oh, the random things I buy when I visit OzBargain.

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    I saw the title and actually read (twice) Bacon Season, I immediately thought isn't every season Bacon Season?

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    Someone here tried this before? Is the taste justified the price?

  • +1 vote

    mmm bacon flavoured bacon

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    I tried the original flav on both a burger and some pop corn, didn't rate it. Much prefer smoked paprika. The RRP is a bit of a joke, but I'm sure the owner of his company is laughing their way to the bank.

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    I like the idea of it (calorie/taste wise), but would prefer to try a sample of it to make sure I liked it before forking out nearly $34

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