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Ba·con

(bā-kŏn),
Harry E., 20th-century U.S. proctologist. See: Bacon anoscope.

bacon

A cured meat from pigs and hogs, which usually has veins of white fat running through it.

Health effects
• Every 2 rashers/slices of bacon per day increases the risk of pancreatic cancer by 19% (based on a meta-analysis which pooled 11 studies involving 6000 patients).
• Increased risk of COPD, likely due to the sodium nitrite which is used as a preservative in pork products.
• Heart disease and diabetes—here linked to chemical preservatives
• Trichinosis—caused by Trichinella spiralis, a roundworm, the larvae of which encyst in muscle.

Processing
The first step involves soaking in brine or dry packing, followed by boiling or smoking.

BACON

A chemotherapy regimen for patients with inoperable non-small cell carcinoma of the lung, consisting of:
• Bleomycin;
• Adriamycin-doxorubicin;
• CCNU;
• Oncovin (vincristine); and
• Nitrogen mustard.
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Crumbled bread is the old favourite, but they won't turn their beaks up at leftover pastry or rice, bacon rind, cheese, potatoes or fruit.
Robins, which are at their most colourful and vocal in the winter months, are not seed eaters but will happily tuck into meal worms - which can be bought from any fishing tackle shop - finely chopped bacon rind and grated cheese.
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Those who do not know what they are talking about when they complain about austerity may even find themselves having to grind up bacon rinds to make nourishing soups and brawns, or drink cabbage water so as not to waste the nutrients But they may soon approve when they find their children becoming healthier and having longer predicted life spans, and at least the soups will not taste too bad.
Wild birds near us seem to love leftover cooked pasta, rice and potatoes, bread and toast scraps, bacon rinds, cake, biscuits, dried fruit and fresh fruit that's gone a bit squashy - blue tits, robins, thrushes and blackbirds all love half apples.
The full diaper belongs to Baby Damp, a "hairless little wrinkly"--usually wet and usually smelly--who finds some bacon rinds on the floor and stuffs them into the CD-ROM on the computer.
The name of this plain sausage is a linguistic mystery, as in France a cervelas designates a sausage containing pig's brain (= cerveau, Latin cerebellum) which is not the case with its Swiss namesake, made of beef with a mixture of bacon rinds.
Can I use bedding from the rabbit hutch, cat poo, orange peel, bacon rinds and leaves I've raked up?
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