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The Original baconkit

DIY Bacon Curing Kit

$24.95
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Enjoy delicious, homemade bacon for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Contains everything you need to make 5 pounds of bacon in the convenience of your home. Pork belly not included.

  • Made in USA: Washington
  • Kit includes: Curing Bag, Cure, Maple Sugar, Thermometer, and easy to follow 8 Step Instruction Sheet
  • Pork belly not included. However, pork belly is readily available in many grocery stores and butcher shops
  • No smoker required; can be made in the oven or on the stove top
  • Please Note: Ingredients include nitrites
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 10 x 5.5 x 2.75 in. / 25.4 x 14 x 7 cm
  • Weight: 0.39 lbs. / 0.18 kg

6 Reviews - grouped by rating

5

Very complete!

2/10/14 by Gregg for DIY Bacon Curing Kit

Although I cannot comment on the flavor (yet) I can tell you that this kit holds a lot of potential to it. I have never made my own bacon, but have wanted to for years and years (since seeing Alton do it on Good Eats). I took the kit to my local butcher to ask some questions about it and to get the pork belly. He was very fascinated with it and gave me a few 'flavoring' tips to vary it the way I wanted to (think 'coffee-bacon' and you are on my page). He told me with nothing else but what was in the box you could/would/should turn out 5 lbs of some very very tasty bacon! I know that several have commented on the 'nitrites' in the kit. My butcher (who is VERY picky about his meat and nothing going into them in ANY way that shouldn't be naturally) told me that for good bacon it is needed. Even going as far as to tell me that if you have the time, money, and know how you could get it the natural way into the bacon, but it would be the same as the nitrites that are included. Basically someone did the hard work and gave us the end product to help us along. In essence it is like buying charcoal instead of growing your own trees, cutting them down, and then turning it into charcoal. Relax people. Sometimes chemicals are NOT bad sometimes they are the product from a natural reaction of things. My pork belly is on order, my green coffee beans are prepared and waiting for me to roast them, and my kit awaits on top of the refrigerator reminding me each day how close I am to the wonderful goodness to come!

5

bacon kit

1/19/14 by Judith for DIY Bacon Curing Kit

Worth the work and worth the wait...........will never go back to packaged bacon again.

5

Love the kit

1/4/14 by Sharon for DIY Bacon Curing Kit

My husband was pleasantly surprised with this kit. We are smoking the bacon today - can't wait!
Delivery was fast, instructions answered all but one question (smoke skin side up or down?) But led us to make our own investigations.
Love searching the Grommet for unusual and likeable gifts!!

5

Made a fantastic gift!

12/26/13 by Rae for DIY Bacon Curing Kit

My husband and I gave these kits to two different people this year for Christmas and both recipients were delighted with them

5

Wonderful kit and bacon

11/21/13 by Tabitha for DIY Bacon Curing Kit

I bought this for my fiance's birthday...he loved it! The kit was easy to follow and put together (to get pork bellies, go to Whole Foods or your nearest butcher shop...most grocery stores don't carry pork bellies. I found out the hard way). We just cooked some of the bacon today....it was flavorful and just crispy enough. Not too sweet or salty which we both loved. We may get this again to have a fun project for us to do again. The quality of the kit and the instructions were easy to follow and the kit provided everything you need to make bacon (except the pork bellies of course). Absolutely a great buy for the bacon fan!

4

Makes nice novel gift, and has a good flavor but slicing it up from the pork belly slabs is rather time consuming.

1/10/14 by Nancy for DIY Bacon Curing Kit

It masde a fun Christmas present. I gave it to 4 family members. A bit labor intensive, however. I bought 20 lbs. of pork belly (which for us in rural Maine was not easy to find - and it came in 2 huge frozen 10 lbs slabs). My husband was a good sport, however, and took on the task of preparing it for 3 of the 4 recipients. People need to have a powerfully sharp electric knife. That's where the work is - slicing up all of the pork belly once it has been baked. But it is v. tastey, and you do get more flavor and more meat than the store-bought version. I figure it worked out to be about $8.30 per pound so a bit expensive but might be worth doing again for the novelty of it.

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The Original baconkit - DIY bacon curing

About The Original baconkit

Home Cured

Some things are best left to the pros. It turns out that bacon isn’t one of them. With The Original baconkit, curing your own bacon is easy, fun, and absolutely delicious.

What began as a hobby for Russ Morgan and Todd Heckel became a business when their friends kept begging for more homemade bacon. In 2012, they turned their passion for pork bellies into a company called 7th West Charcuterie and The Original baconkit was born. It contains everything you need to make 5lbs. of tasty homemade bacon except the pork belly itself (easy to find at your local supermarket or butcher shop).

Smoke it in
a smoker or over a grill. Or just prepare it in the oven if you prefer. Keep it classic or add the included maple sugar for a touch of sweetness. Unlike commercial brands, home cured bacon won’t shrivel, shrink, or release water during cooking. The Original baconkit is Made in the USA and includes simple step-by-step instructions for those who love to cook and even those who think they can’t.

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