Do you love bacon? Why?
Is it the smell? The taste? How often do you eat bacon?
I love bacon and cooked almost burned. I don't eat it very often...but I love it. I like the crunch and taste.
Yes! I love Bacon.The smell as well as the flavor. And, I know why I love it so much. I grew up eating bacon and eggs.
My Dad worked on the railroad and went to work each day early. So, with four kids, Mom made a plate of eggs and a plate full of Bacon and Country Sausage, convenient to Dads schedule. If we wanted a Hot breakfast, we had to eat with Dad each morning.
Good Bacon is so tasty, but, of course, I only eat Bacon as a treat. But if it were a healthy food, I would have iit every day!
Yes. The smell is only slightly the lure. The true love of bacon comes from that first bite. The rich wonderful taste of bacon, limp but hot with some fat. Bacon makes everything better. Burritos, burgers, etc.
I love the smell and the taste of bacon. No particular reason, I just always have.
I don't eat it often, but I love it. I love the smell, the taste and the texture. Unfortunately, I could eat tons of it myself, so I rarely eat it.
Yes, I love both the smell and the taste and I eat it at least once a week....one of my favorite breakfasts is a BLT! I'm not sure why...maybe because it adds to the flavor of what I'm eating??
Yes, I love bacon but I only eat it once a month. I like it crunchy and it´s the smell and the taste of it that I sometimes crave. Well, I have not eaten bacon for this month yet so I´ll eat it next week as I don´t store it at home to avoid eating it most often as it is not good for me.
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