Not usually a fan of tinned meat as it reminds me of the dreaded spam fritters we had at school. I came across these by accident and thought I would give then a try. Lightly fried with new potatoes and it was really tasty. I would have given it a 4 star but as others have said the problem is getting it out of the tin in one piece. Took me five minutes and a variety of kitchen tools!!. I will however definitely keep a couple of tins in the cupboard from now on.
Worth a buy
Doesn't deserve a bad review really. As someone else said, anyone with half a brain would have no problem opening it. It tastes like bacon, lasts for eons in your cupboard, is cheap and you can eat it from the can or cook it. What more do you want? I've got about 20 of these tins lined up in my cupboard ready for the apocalypse.
Tasty. Tin no problem for anyone with a brain cell
Everyone moaning about the tin. It is so simple, not rocket science. Pull the ring pull, peel the lid off, run a knife round edge of tin, push ends of tin in and squeeze out slowly. if you havent got the 30 seconds to do that then go order a takeaway. Tastes beautiful fried :) love it..
Love this product
I love this product. Slice thinly and then grill until slightly crispy. Leave to cool and then make a delicious BLT sandwich. Really long BBE date so i have lots of these stashed in my pantry.
Great for ex-squaddies.
Ha ha the reviews are hilarious. This is a niche product as it's something that was in British Army 24 hour ration packs until the mid 90s so middle aged guys like me can relive our younger days out camping. Just wish you could still get tins of cheese, processed and baby's heads. Fortunately we can still source the old rat pack biscuits (like dog biscuits) and together with bacon grill, badly burnt in a mess tin over a hexy stove, it's a delectable treat. Otherwise if you didn't experience this, you'll probably hate it.
Allow yourself a couple of hours to open the tin and get the meat out. Not that tasty even when air fried. Won't buy again
Worth A Try But Grill Or Fry
Ok. It’s not bacon. More like spam and I certainly wouldn’t fancy eating it uncooked. Whoever designed the can has an odd sense of humour - you’ve to use a knife to prize out the content. That said, it would be great for campers without a fridge. It’s surprisingly tasty when fried. Very ‘bacony’.
Good Fox food.
Tastes like the spam we used to have as kids. Not for me, but the foxes i feed seemed to like it. Extra star for the foxes.
I love this! A few fried slices in a bun with an e
I love this! A few fried slices in a bun with an egg ontop and breakfast is served. Delicious. I genuinely prefer this to bacon, as bacon tends to shrivel up when fried.
It's got sugar in it
It's a bacon product why would anyone want to put sugar in it? To satisfy the carbohydrate addicts that's why. If the sugar junkies get their fix they buy more of it. Therefore spoon sugar into everything to get more sales.