Will buy again.
Tasted like bacon should.Delious.
Tried this for the first time but to be honest I w
Tried this for the first time but to be honest I wasn't overly impressed, not much taste and really none of the smell of bacon cooking which gets your juices flowing, also quite dear for 6 rashers! Good point is none of that white gunk you get with other suppliers, so will give the smoked a try to see if that has a better taste, fingers crossed :)
Delicious and free of nasty nitrates/nitrites.
I love this bacon it’s the only bacon I can eat as it doesn’t have the nitrites or nitrates I can’t eat- whichever! Also it is absolutely delicious! I rather upset that it’s not available.
Not even outdoor bred any more
It's free of all sorts of carcinogenic nasties, which is nice. But the more expensive Finne Brogue Naked Back Bacon used to be outdoor reared / bred - and now it's merely "UK/Irish Bacon". Why can't we have ethically produced high-welfare products any more? It's not even as if the price has been reduced to reflect the lower cost of the less humane farming methods.
I have bought this bacon several times but the ras
I have bought this bacon several times but the rashers in the last packet were far too thin and fell apart as others have said. Will try again in the future and hope that this feedback gets passed on.
Rashers too thin
Very disappointed with this product. The rashers were so thin that they couldn't be separated without tearing. It was cut more like prosciutto than bacon.
Love this bacon,
Love this bacon,
I love this Bacon it's free from nitrates and that's a bonus. The taste is better than other brands and it makes a lovely English Breakfast or Sandwich. Their Sausages and Ham are also lovely but Tesco doesn't stock them Which is short sighted of them as they are a more healthy option.
Tasty, not full of water, how I remember bacon used to be, I don't recognise the bad reviews, they don't match what I've been buying every week for a month.
Since being diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma I real
Since being diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma I really looked closely at my diet and actually avoided bacon completely and meat a lot. However, when I saw this bacon which is nitrite free and now not on chemotherapy thought I would try it for a treat, having not eaten bacon for a couple of years now. It was great to see no nasty white stuff coming out of the bacon when being cooked and also that it is not really fatty, as I need to also avoid this due to my cholesterol. Just one complaint the bacon is too thin, as only one piece remained whole - the rest fell apart! Please ensure all the slices are of a sensible thickness, rather than being paper thin.