Who invented Bacon Salt?
Now it exists, Bacon Salt and the attempt to make everything taste like bacon seems obvious. However, nobody thought it up until a guy called Justin had the idea back in 2007. Since then, he partnered up with his friend Dave to form J&D's Foods and the bacontrepreneurs launched Bacon Salt to the world.
How do you suggest using Bacon Salt?
In my house, Bacon Salt has replaced salt, which is good for the blood pressure because it's way lower sodium (135mg for Bacon Salt vs. 600mg for table salt). But really, the only limit is your imagination. You can put it on anything - just experiment! (And if you come up with anything particularly nice, be sure to let us know ). Just beware, Bacon Salt can be highly addictive.
What's the difference between the flavours?
Original - a more savory version of Bacon Salt, it's like a straight bacon punch in the mouth. It's best with scrambled eggs or omelets, salads and sandwiches. It also combines really nicely with butter, which goes great on pasta, green veggies (we love green beans) and popcorn. You can also use a butter flavored popcorn seasoning or something like butter buds in combination in lieu of the butter.
Hickory - a smokier version of Bacon Salt, but not in that bitter liquid-smokey kind of way. It's actually my personal favorite. This flavour pairs really well with any kind of potato product - you can baconize your baked potato, french fries, hash browns, tots, you name it. It's also great with grilled meats and fish - using it as a steak rub overnight, finish a burger with it, or throw it on salmon are all great. It is also amazing on corn on the cob.
Peppered - this flavor is more sharp than spicy (just like peppered bacon), but there's definitely a kick there. Some of our customers (and employees) love it so much that they use Peppered almost exclusively on everything mentioned above and then some (as an example, tacos and fajitas are great). It's also great in Bloody Mary's or as a rim on tequila shots.
Is it healthy?
Yes! One of the best things about Bacon Salt is that it is low sodium and has zero calories and zero fat. The same delicious bacony flavour with no more guilt.
Is it vegetarian?
Indeedie. All flavours of Bacon Salt are miraculously 100% suitable for vegetarians. What's more, the Natural flavour is also suitable for vegans. Hoorah!
Is it Kosher?
Yes, there are rabbis out there with enough chutzpah to certify things with bacon in the name as kosher. Fortunately, there is no such thing as eternal damnation in the Jewish faith. If you keep kosher, the good news is that all of J&D's products are Kof-K certified. Hickory and Peppered flavours are Kof-K Parve, while Original is Kof-K Dairy. Please check out our nutrition page or visit the J&Ds website to see Bacon Salt's Kosher Certification.
What are your shipping costs?
We ship all orders of Bacon Salt by the UK's Royal Mail. We actually charge less for shipping than we pay ourselves. Postage and packing for all orders is £2.69 no matter how big or how small. If you are making a bulk order, please get in touch so we can calculate the exact shipping costs.
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How much does each jar weigh?
Bacon Salt only comes in one size. All Bacon Salt flavours come in 57g jars whether you buy them individually or as part of a multipack. Malt Salt is slightly heavier - all Malt Salt jars weigh 85g. As for Butt Rub: we only sell it in regular large 128g jars.
What are the ingredients of Butt Rub?
Bad Byron's Butt Rub is an all-purpose seasoning with a balanced blend of onion, garlic, salt, pepper, paprika and chipotle (smoked jalapeno)
Is Butt Rub gluten-free/fat-free/vegetarian/vegan/kosher?
Yes! Bad Byron's Butt Rub has been certified gluten-free in the UK. It's also fat free and vegetarian/vegan, of course. And, like Bacon Salt, it's kosher too.
Any other questions?
If you have any other comments or queries, please don't hesitate to ask us.