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Bacon of the month clubs !!!!

sonnymooks | Aug 28, 200809:53 AM     17

I'll admit, I'm a bit of a nut, I'm probably the only guy who is in 4 bacon of the month clubs, what I want to know is if there are more out there and also which ones people think are the best.

I'm in the Grateful Palate bacon of the month club (an excellent one, and it seems to be the most popular), along with the "Bacon is meat candy" (aka bacon freak) bacon of the month club, and also both bacon of the month clubs from the "pig next door" (they have 2 of them, one is the traditional and the other is the "heirloom" club).

I've heard Zingermans is good, but its only 6 months, not a full year.

What other bacon of the month clubs are out there and also, from folks who are in these clubs, which ones do they think is the best?

My only gripe is that all the bacon is strictly American (well, they do have canada too), nothing from Italy, Korea, Japan or any of the countries overseas that have bacon.

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