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One thing the Internet is good for these days is finding new ways to infuse your food with bacon. If you're vegetarian, and you were thinking "At least my liquids are safe from meat": you thought wrong. First there was Jones' Bacon soda line, and now, thanks to Archie McPhee, you can sneak a effervescent, Alka-Setlzer-esque tab into a cup of water. What does it do? Why, it makes your water (or other corresponding liquid) have a "delicious bacon flavor."

Who'd a-thunk. Guess there is no hiding from bacon (flavor). Sorry, PETA.

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