Nobel Prize for Vilhelm Lillefläsk’s Squeez Bacon?

Certain brilliant inventors are lacking in recognition. Nikola Tesla comes to mind when one discusses unrewarded genius. Please add Vilhelm Lillefläsk to your list:

Which is why I am happy to tell you about Squeez Bacon, a real, actual product that consists of partially reconstituted bacon made into an easy-to-spread paste. Developed in Sweden after World War II by a particularly creative chef looking for a new way to process bacon, Squeez Bacon is now available in the U.S. According to its advertising, “Vilhelm Lillefläsk’s Squeez Bacon® is fully cooked 100% bacon.

Vilhelm Lillefläsk’s Squeez Bacon

 Due to the patented electro-mechanical process by which Squeez Bacon® is rendered, it requires no preservatives or other additives. Each serving is as healthy as real bacon, and equivalent to 4 premium slices of bacon!”

Four slices of bacon? Holy smokes. This ingenious product is something that should be part of a first aid kit. Hospitals should stock it. Corpsmen should carry Squeez Bacon in their field kits. Bloggers should have a bottle handy at all times. And it is time for a Nobel Prize for Vilhelm Lillefläsk.