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ELMA1913
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7/9/13 4:42 P

I use it in bake beans and my homemade bbq sauce.



IMLOCOLINDA
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7/4/13 4:29 A

I use it for the smoky flavor that bacon would add without the fat that bacon would add. I like it in hamburger bean casserole instead of the bacon. I like it in quiche instead of the bacon. I like it when I saute spinach-same deal...in place of bacon fat or bacon bits. My mom uses it in a salmon spread she makes with cream cheese and canned salmon to give it the smoked salmon flavor. Just try it. I think you'll like it if you like the smoky flavor you don't get without charcoal or wood chips. Have fun experimenting with it!



VIESMOM
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6/24/13 5:07 P

We use it with no sugar added ketchup (and a few other things) to make our own BBQ sauce.



SUNSHINE6442
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6/22/13 10:14 A

I have used liquid smoke on burgers, in a salmon dip, brushed on a roast, brushed on grilled pork chops...add to some BBQ sauce for a smoky flavor and grill chicken and then top it with the sauce.



UN_TAMED
Posts: 73
6/20/13 3:35 P

So I brought a bottle of this stuff off ebay to make vegan bacon (I'm not vegan, I was just interested.) What other things can you do with it? Again, I'm not vegan, so meat/dairy based recipes are welcome.



 
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