country brown sugar ham cure on bacon

  • Anyone used this on bacon? Results? I was planning on injecting. I also plan to use the bacon enhancer with it. Thanks

  • Yearling

    I am getting ready to smoke two pieces of bacon tomorrow and I used the Sweeter than Sweet cure adjusted to 1.33 lbs per gallon for a pickle. On the ‘How to make bacon’ video they recommend using 1.52 lbs per gallon of the Country Brown sugar cure in a pickle but the Sweeter than Sweet cure has a higher nitrite concentration which is why I adjusted the weight of the cure down from the 1.52 lbs/gal suggested cure. I am sure you could adapt the recipe to use it as an injection w/enhancers. Hopefully , someone else will chime in with a direct application addressing your desired process.

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