Applied the dry cure to the pork belly and then added a generous amount of Tatonka Dust seasoning to get the flavor deep through out the meat during the 9 day cure in the fridge. Here is a pic of the pork belly unwrapped after it rest in the fridge and in the sink just before rinsing and soaking. ----- This is the pork bellies after a few fry tests and rinsing and soaking for 2 1/2 to 3 hours to get the salt taste down. ----- Pork bellies getting a light shake of the Tatonka Dust to freshen the flavor. Then the pork bellies went back into the fridge unwrapped overnight to form a nice pellicle on them. ----- In the smoker getting 14 hours of apple smoke from the tube smoker and the smoker cold smoking at 100º. ----- Close up in the smoker. ----- Pork bellies just out of the smoker, they have a good color to them! ----- Pork belly going through the meat slicer and making bacon... ----- A pan of bacon from the 2 pork bellies. ----- and the cooked up money shot... Mmmm bacon... this experiment was an absolute hit, the taste is so unique and perfect for bacon; we will being doing this again! Thanks for looking!