Bison Bacon - Box of the Month

$58.00
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Bison Bacon - Box of the Month

$58.00
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**Orders placed by Sunday of each week will be processed and shipped out approximately 3-4 weeks later**

Our Bison Bacon is made from top pasture raised American Bison. Our kosher Bison Bacon is made following the exact same process we use to make our beef, pork, and wild boar bacon.

Our Bison Bacon is made from the brisket, which is a very lean cut with strong bison flavoring.

The Bison Bacon Box of the Month contains approximately 3 pounds of ultra premium, artisan, slow-cured, handcrafted, hardwood smoked thick cut bacon, as ~1 pound packs of each of the three different varieties currently offered. 

Once we ship it approximately 3-4 weeks after the order deadline (it takes time for our suppliers to send us the meat we order each week, for us to turn it into bacon, then prep it for shipment), our bacon is sent to you fresh, uncooked, and never frozen via 2-3 day shipping!

Our bacon can be unrefrigerated for up to 5 days, but you should fry it or toss it in the fridge/freezer once you receive it.

**Orders placed by Sunday of each week will be processed and shipped out approximately 3-4 weeks later**

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    Walter Chandler

    Bacon is different didn't quite like flavors

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    Douglas Stein
    Healthy and tasty alternative to pork

    This bison bacon has a texture similar to thick-sliced corned beef (since it's a brisket cut). If your package happens to have more fat, oven baking yields a chewier, meatier bacon than pork with some crisp fatty bits. If the package is on the leaner side, you might want to steam it so it doesn't get a jerky-like chewiness.
    Texture variability aside, the flavor is wonderful.