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Old 18.04.2015, 15:42
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Re: English Bacon

Thanks to this thread I got a packet of Waitrose dry-cured bacon out of my freezer and just made a bacon butty.

When I lived in Stuttgart, I read on Germany's expat forum that a butcher had opened in Munich selling English style bacon. Apparently they had to cut the pig up a totally different way to the German standard so they needed a high turnover to make it worthwhile. I doubt it will happen as many of us make enough trips back to the UK to stock up. Bacon doesn't take up much space, lasts for ages in the fridge and almost forever in the freezer (well, until you eat it!).
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