J&D’s Bacon Salt, Hickory, 2 Ounce

Not too long ago, Justin and Dave worked together at a little technology company. While on a business trip, they had the chance to sit down for dinner and eventually, the conversation turned to their mutual love of bacon. It was then that Justin told Dave about his idea for Bacon Salt. Dave loved the idea. And from that point forward, a partnership was struck to turn this bacon-flavored dream into a reality. In 2007, they tasted the first flavors of Bacon Salt, on Porterhouse steaks, mashed potatoes, eggs, corn and tomato soup – literally everything Dave could find to eat in his house. Everything was absolutely delicious. Now they bring their inventions to fellow bacon lovers everywhere. They started with 3 flavors of Bacon Salt – Original, Hickory and Peppered. Since then, they’ve found even more things to make taste like bacon. So, whether you’re a regular griller or a gourmet chef, are counting calories or are a vegetarian who craves mouth-watering bacon taste without the bacon guilt, this is what you’ve been waiting for.

Quick facts

  • All natural bacon flavored seasoning salt with the essence of smoked hickory
  • Everything should taste like bacon
  • Zero calories and zero fat per serving
  • Vegetarian safe and certified kosher
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • All natural bacon flavored seasoning salt with the essence of smoked hickory
  • Everything should taste like bacon
  • Zero calories and zero fat per serving
  • Vegetarian safe and certified kosher
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Top reviews

somewhat misleading…

I saw this product recommended in a cookbook, and couldn’t wait to try it. I am a vegan, so I went to the product website to check the ingredients. Surprisingly, the website did not have a list of ingredients, but it did specify that the product is “a zero calorie, zero fat, vegetarian and kosher seasoning that makes everything taste like bacon.” I ordered the BaconSalt, but was very disappointed when it arrived. The ingredients are extremely unhealthy…I would never put this on my food. Among other things that I can’t pronounce, this product contains corn syrup, monosodium glutamate, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, sugar, hydrolyzed corn and soy proteins, artifical flavor, yellow 6 and red 40. So YES, it is vegetarian (not vegan…it contains lactic acid, and the red food coloring is derived from insects), but NO, it is NOT a healthy product. So unless you’re one of those vegans who lives on french fries and diet soda, this is NOT a product you want in your spice cabinet. I wish there had been a product review on BaconSalt when I researched it on Amazon. I definitely would not have bought it if I had known how unhealthy this seasoning is. You’d be better off eating bacon!
WilfredMaxwell, IA