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Kirkland Signature Regular Sliced (Costco)
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The Kirkland Signature Regular Sliced (Costco) is part of the bacon test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, bacon models like the Regular Sliced (Costco) are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

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Features & Specs - Kirkland Signature Regular Sliced (Costco)
info Slices (per serving) 2
info Cost ($) 0.47
info Calories 80
info Total fat (g) 7
info Saturated fat (g) 2.5
info Sodium (mg) 300
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Worst bacon I've purchased in years
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This is hands down the worst bacon I've purchased in at least 10 years. Paper thin, incredibly fatty, totally lacking in flavor (other than salt). Most of this is going in the garbage as it's not worth wasting the energy needed to cook it.
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No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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Sugar Is Used In Curing
But Gets Rinsed Off
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Comment: by the time the completed bacon is ready to cook, the sugar is gone. yes, there is sugar, and yes, if you're diabetic you should be careful, but sugar is a part of making bacon (even organic nitrate-free bacon). the carbs are 0 on the label because net carbs are 0 after the curing process. bacon can be made at home without sugar, but it's a complicated week-long process of marinating, daily turnings, and weight being applied to squeeze out the liquid.
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