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So Yoder's Bacon is no longer available at Emergency Essentials? I've looked at the site and couldn't find it, did a search on their site, still nothing, then found a direct link through Google, but when it goes to EE, the page says, Product Not Found. Does anyone know what going on? Yoder's Bacon is still listed in their catalog that they mail out.
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Their probably out of stock since I ordered a few cases of it
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Google is your friend. But at over $13 a can, I can live without it.
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$ 11.25 a can when buying by the case. 40 to 50 slices of
cooked bacon per can. Some people really like their bacon.

http://www.mredepot.com/servlet/the-...d-Bacon/Detail
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Sells out fast. Love It!

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i just bought a case from mredepot (EE didn't have any)
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Just an FYI, there is an article in this month's Backwood's Home Magazine on how to can your own bacon...it should will be a lot cheaper than $11 a can plus shipping!

Even if you have to go out and buy all new wide mouth jars, lids, rings, paper, and a pressure canner!
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Just an FYI, there is an article in this month's Backwood's Home Magazine on how to can your own bacon...it should will be a lot cheaper than $11 a can plus shipping!

Even if you have to go out and buy all new wide mouth jars, lids, rings, paper, and a pressure canner!
You may be wrong about that unless you mean buying your own hog to butcher. Bacon now costs $4.50 per pound at chain retailers around me. There might be 20 slices per pack if it's the thin crappy kind. If it's thick cut there is more like 10 to 12 slices. If you pay 9.00 for the cheap stuff and have to buy the jar, lids, and take the time to process it I don't know if the minimal savings is worth it.
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You may be wrong about that unless you mean buying your own hog to butcher. Bacon now costs $4.50 per pound at chain retailers around me. There might be 20 slices per pack if it's the thin crappy kind. If it's thick cut there is more like 10 to 12 slices. If you pay 9.00 for the cheap stuff and have to buy the jar, lids, and take the time to process it I don't know if the minimal savings is worth it.
Wow girlfriend where do you live, here in Upstate NY the good bacon goes for around $4.50 - $5.99 a pound and the crappy stuff can be had for $2.99 to $3.99. I see that Backwoods home magazine article and I think I might just try to can bacon. I have tons of mason jars left over.
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Wow girlfriend where do you live, here in Upstate NY the good bacon goes for around $4.50 - $5.99 a pound and the crappy stuff can be had for $2.99 to $3.99. I see that Backwoods home magazine article and I think I might just try to can bacon. I have tons of mason jars left over.
I'm in southern Iowa. These prices are from stores like Hy-Vee and WallyWorld. It's been that way for at least a month so I hope it's just the holidays. My FIL just butchered a fat hog so I can get some fresh side but it's not same as what comes from the store.
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Bacon prices here have been around $5 a pound for good stuff, and I haven't seen a sale for over a month...but when it does go on sale it will be $2.50 a pound for the thick sliced stuff.

Obviously you will want to wait to purchase the large quantities of bacon when it is on sale!
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Just an FYI, there is an article in this month's Backwood's Home Magazine on how to can your own bacon...it should will be a lot cheaper than $11 a can plus shipping!

Even if you have to go out and buy all new wide mouth jars, lids, rings, paper, and a pressure canner!
I was just about to suggest that. We've also had posts here explaining how to can your own, or was it a link to a website that showed it? Anyway, it didn't seem complicated. I am looking for a good sale on bulk bacon and intend to try it.
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Where I live there is no such thing as a pound of bacon, its 12oz now!
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That canned unicorn stuff ought to fit in well with my dehydrated H2O
I got stored away
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The Manufacture may have stock... they are about an hour away from me and a month ago had TONs in stock....
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I'm in southern Iowa. These prices are from stores like Hy-Vee and WallyWorld. It's been that way for at least a month so I hope it's just the holidays. My FIL just butchered a fat hog so I can get some fresh side but it's not same as what comes from the store.
Wow and I thought NY had the market on high prices. We have been thinking about getting a pig or two for butchering. We are getting chickens this spring and I told the BF if I can stomach butchering them for meat we'll talk about getting a pig. For me I think it is as much about being self-sufficient as it is knowing what happens to the food that goes into me.
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There are a couple of grocery stores around me that have thick cut boxes for $13 for a 10 pound box.... really thick, granted there are some pieces in it, but overall, great stuff.
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Just an FYI, there is an article in this month's Backwood's Home Magazine on how to can your own bacon...it should will be a lot cheaper than $11 a can plus shipping!

Even if you have to go out and buy all new wide mouth jars, lids, rings, paper, and a pressure canner!
I just got my BWH in the mail and I may just try that! Aldi usually has bacon reasonable. I'll have to look, but I think Plumrose was on sale for $2.50 somewhere this week.

It should be interesting, though, I have an order coming from EE that should include a can of bacon. I have not received any notification otherwise. I've not tried the Yoders yet, but I think I'd like a few cans of that for long term, and then do some of my own canning for shorter term and convenience--there's only two of us in the house.
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