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Bacon Scented Deodorant


We have a bacon tag here at OhGizmo! Yeah, it’s right here. It exists because there’s an entire universe of bacon related products out there, like bacon condoms and bacon mouthwash. And now, obviously, you have Power Bacon for discerning bacon aficionados who also enjoy good underarm hygiene. Do you really need a description? It makes your pits smell like heaven, and that’s all there is to say about that.

It’s $10.

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Bacon Soap: Don’t Eat It, Just Bathe In It

Bacon Soap

Now you can have bacon even before you sit down at the table for breakfast. You can’t eat it though, unless you want to come down with an upset stomach, because I’m talking about Bacon Soap.

Bacon is the ultimate meat that goes great with everything: burgers, pork chops, soups, tacos, salads, pasta, and more. Its meaty, smoky flavor has been incorporated into a multitude of other products too, like popping candy, gravy, toothpaste, mouthwash, and even alcoholic drinks. It’s easy to see why: it just makes everything else taste better–including you, but instead of taste, it works wonders in the “smell” department.

I wouldn’t say Bacon Soap comes in bars though, because it looks more like slabs to me. The soap is made from natural vegan ingredients, including coconut oil, avocado oil, castor oil, and olive oil, to leave you with soft, supple and moisturized skin. And of course, it works up a rich lather, leaving you with the subtle smell of bacon, even after you’ve rinsed.

Bacon Soap is available online for $12.

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Bacon And Cheese Grasshoppers In A Can? You Had Us At Bacon


Well… maybe not. We were about to pass on writing about these Edible Bugs in a can, because really… edible bugs? But then we saw that they’re more than just bugs: they’re flavored bugs in a can. Aside from the Bacon and Cheese Grasshoppers, you can expect to enjoy BBQ Bamboo Worms (Omphisa fuscidentalis), Nori Seaweed Armor Tail Scorpions (Mesobuthus martensii), Salted Queen Weaver Ants (Oecophylla), Sour Cream & Onion Dung Beetles (Circellium bacchus), Wasabi House Crickets (Gryllidae), Giant Waterbug Chili Paste (Nepidae)…

Sour Cream & Onion Dung Beetles? Yeah, you read that right. We’re not sure who these are really for. The really adventurous? The slightly insane? Or maybe someone preparing a feast for Halloween… Whatever the case, if you’re got a hankering for the creepy crawlies, it’ll cost you $40 for a box of 7 cans. The product comes from Thailand, and the “manufacturing facility is registered with Thai FDA (Food & Drug Administration) and the US FDA and has passed GMP (Good Food manufacturing). All individual food products are tested and registered with FDA.” We imagine this means they’ve gotten the green light for consumption stateside.

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Brown Sugar And Pecan Covered Bacon Bits


The bacon madness continues, with news of the Piglets Pecan and Bacon Snack, by Bacon Freaks. They’re “dry cured bacon crumbly bits, hand cooked with brown sugar and chopped pecans.” They’d be perfect to toss into your salads, sandwiches, banana splits, pancakes… everything. Heck, they sound like they’d be perfect to eat right out of the bag, all by their awesome selves. It’s $7 for a 2oz. bag, which packs a total of 400 calories. That’s less than a BigMac, by the way, so there are worse calorific offenders out there. Just sayin…

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And Then God Created: Bacon Maple Coffee


Anyone who’s been reading the site for any period of time knows that we’re deeply in love with bacon. Better yet, we think bacon mated with maple is as wonderful as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Abbott and Costello… or peanut butter and chocolate, to get away from entertainment duos of yesteryear metaphors. Now that we’ve seen Maple Bacon Morning Coffee from Boca Java, we will not rest until we get some and make it part of our breakfast. At $8 for an 8oz. bag, it’s not going to break anyone’s bank.

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Climate-Controlled Box of Bacon: The World’s Most Tasty Gift

Climate Controlled Bacon

No meat has ever garnered the same massive fandom that bacon has. It’s meaty, it’s smoky, it’s tasty, and you could cook it so that it’s chewy, crunchy, or somewhere in between. You could grill it with meat to make the tastiest steaks ever, or throw a couple of strips into your burger to make it infinitely better.

Father’s day is fast approaching, so if you’re stumped on what gift to get your dad, then here’s an idea for you: how about climate-controlled boxes filled with tasty strips of bacon by Oscar Meyer?

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‘Tis But A Bacon Press


We won’t wax poetic about our love affair with bacon, since our case was made long ago. But aside from being interested in bacon-related products, we do like to have some actual bacon now and then. You can cook it the natural way and let it get all curly and wavy, but some people prefer to press it flat. And sure, any old press will do but let’s face it: it’s better when it’s shaped like a piggy, innit?

Cast iron, $12 to $14.

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Way Better for Your Cholesterol: Super-Realistic Bacon-Shaped Cookies

Bacon Cookies

How do you like your bacon? I like mine caramelized with sugar so it’s sweet, smoky, and chewy–just how I like it! The thing is, it’s not the healthiest breakfast food around and if you’re watching your health, then you need to cut down on your bacon consumption. Like they say, sometimes it’s mind over matter and you can cheat a little by having your bacon and still being able to eat it too.

The catch is that it’s not actual bacon anymore. In this case, you’ve got bacon cookies instead.

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Was This An April’s Fool Joke: Bacon Condoms?

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J&D’s is one of our favorite retailers because they specialize in all things bacon, like bacon lip balm. Well now they seem to have Bacon Condoms. The tagline is brilliant: “Make your meat, look like meat.” They’re supposedly real condoms that have a bacon print on them, but are otherwise 100% as effective as regular willy wrappers. The prophylactics are allegedly lubricated with Bacon Lube, which we’ve written about before, so we’re really wanting to believe this could be a real product and not an April’s Fool joke. In an interview with the Huffington Post, company co-founder Justin Esch even confirmed they’re real. They’re $10 for a three-pack, which makes them quite the pricey novelty. They are also currently sold-out. But for all bacon lovers out there, we think you’ll agree this is quite possibly the best thing since… thick cut bacon.

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