What Are Imitation Bacon Bits Made of?

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Imitation bacon bits are made of vegetable protein, particularly soy, and they are combined with other artificial flavors and colors to give them the texture and taste of bacon. Imitation bacon bits contain no need of any variety and are 100% vegetarian approved and other than the artificial flavorings and excessive salt. You could eat as many as you want without worry of any negative health effects. They can be used exactly the same way as traditional bacon bits for things like topping salads, baked potatoes in a bowl of soup, and any other food dish that bacon can make taste better.
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