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He spoons cricket powder over his morning yogurt, sprinkles larvae over his salads like bacon bits, and fries up frozen crickets for supper.

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Make this a salad by omitting the bread, doubling and chopping the lettuce, crumbling the bacon, mixing that with the roasted tomatoes and their juices and then tossing it all with a simple salad dressing.

Besides, this recipe starts with bacon, so it can only go up from there.

Another microwaveable option, this savory bowl of oats is topped with bacon, cheese, greens and pickled peppers.

If you’re talking breakfast, my healthy go-to order would be getting an Egg McMuffin sandwich with no bacon on it.

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And if people find themselves dissatisfied with how often they turn to fast food, Bacon says to try things like batch cooking.

The problem, says UC Davis physiologist and nutritionist Linda Bacon, is that very few people can lose weight and keep it off.

Instead of just cutting out whole food groups, Bacon says people should pay attention to how food makes them feel.

“Most of the diseases we blame on nutrition are actually diseases of disempowerment,” Bacon said.

Louis Bacon, another big donor, owns land all over the world, including a grouse-hunting estate in Scotland.

With Bacon, experientia does not always mean observation; and may mean either experience or experiment.

It lacks convincingness perhaps from the fact that Thomass theology is so largely philosophy, as Roger Bacon said.

Sentence of fine and imprisonment passed upon lord Bacon in the house of peers for bribery.

Short men liked short cuts, but, as Bacon said, the shortest way is commonly the foulest.

Beans and bacon, cabbage and brown hard dumplings, formed the bill of fare, which the men washed down with plenty of table beer.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bacon, such as: pancetta, pork, gammon, rasher, sowbelly, and porkbellies.

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