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Mattyk 12-04-2009 10:10 AM

sausage vs. bacon
 
Which one is the better breakfast meat? Discuss

SmootSmack 12-04-2009 10:20 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Turkey sausage. I used to love bacon but as you get older and start thinking about cholesterol and crap like that...although there is turkey bacon I believe...still turkey sausage is where it's at.

mredskins 12-04-2009 10:21 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Scrapple, is better then both of them. Also I rather have ham then bacon or sausage.

But if choosing between the two I would say sausage.

Mattyk 12-04-2009 10:36 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Turkey sausage or even chicken sausage is pretty tasty

Love bacon but you might as well be eating a spoonful of fat, still, it's so worth it

KLHJ2 12-04-2009 10:42 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
I like both but if I am going to eat it by itself I prefer bacon. If I am going to make a sandwich, then I prefer sausage. Sausage just seems too salty to me to eat by itself. I have to smother it with syrup, hotsauce, gravy, or put it on a sausage egg and cheese sandwich.

firstdown 12-04-2009 10:47 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
For Breakfast either one is great but I don't eat either very much now days. As for everyday use everything is better with bacon.

Daseal 12-04-2009 11:06 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Gotta go bacon with a patty sausage a close 2nd.

MonkFan4Life 12-04-2009 11:17 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Now I'm a fan of Sausage links not so much patties. Unless they are about to be on a sandwich. I may have to go with bacon because bacon pretty much gives you the same taste no matter where you go. Sausage on the other hand has it's flaws. Bacon, is always a winner. Ekrich sausage is pretty money too. Cut that and slice it down the middle, that's some good eatin too. But I'm still going with bacon as my final answer.

Trample the Elderly 12-04-2009 11:24 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Hmmm. . . . That's tough. I don't know?

What I like to do is take a sausage, cut it in half, fry it up with onions, and then slide it in between two slides of toast with Sweet Baby Rays and a slice of pepper jack. I do the same thing with bacon. Sometimes I add an egg sunny side up. The sausage is better.

So I say Sausage is the winner.

I lift weights, drink 2 liters of water a day, and walk a mile every other day. Eating fatty food in the morning doesn't concern me as long as I eat less for lunch, and even less for dinner. My schedule is geared towards disease prevention.

BDBohnzie 12-04-2009 11:44 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Bacon > Sausage

saden1 12-04-2009 11:53 AM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Neither...Stake.

celts32 12-04-2009 12:00 PM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Sausage>bacon. Bacon is hit and miss for me...it needs to be crispy I think to be good...I hate when i order it out and it comes to the table all under cooked and rubbery. Sausage is generally a more consistent choice.

For those who mentioned turkey sausage. Does it really taste like regular sausage or is it different and you like it anyway?

It wasn't part of the question but Taylor Ham(some call it pork roll) is better then bacon or sausage.

celts32 12-04-2009 12:03 PM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
[quote=saden1;633830]Neither...Stake.[/quote]

Will you use that stake to stab a cow and get some steaks?

Hog1 12-04-2009 12:13 PM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
Bacon wrapped links w/patties on the side?

Mattyk 12-04-2009 12:14 PM

Re: sausage vs. bacon
 
[quote=celts32;633832]Sausage>bacon. Bacon is hit and miss for me...it needs to be crispy I think to be good...I hate when i order it out and it comes to the table all under cooked and rubbery. Sausage is generally a more consistent choice.

[B]For those who mentioned turkey sausage. Does it really taste like regular sausage or is it different and you like it anyway?[/B]

It wasn't part of the question but Taylor Ham(some call it pork roll) is better then bacon or sausage.[/quote]

Nah it's not the same, I mean it tastes pretty good but let's be honest it's the fat that makes regular sausage so good. It's a good substitute though and a much healthier choice.


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