Gerry Doyle, an editor and reporter with the Chicago Tribune (Dave's hometown newspaper - he lives in Seattle now), is helping spread the bacon-flavored gospel! See his recent blog post here. The answer to his question might actually be yes, it could work on the cardboard pork buns eaten in China, although we haven't tried it yet. On a related note, potstickers were surprisingly good with any of the flavors of Bacon Salt.
From his post:
I speak of a magical topping called Bacon Salt that will turn anything it touches into… well… bacon. Or at least bacon-flavored food.
Consider the uses:
-And, because I know you were thinking it, bacon-flavored bacon
This could revolutionize our lives, just like the Space Shuttle and sneakers with little roller skates in the heel. Head over to the inventors’ Web site and buy yourself a case. You have no excuses: It has no calories, is vegetarian and even certified kosher.
We certainly don't promise that Bacon Salt will revolutionize your life, but we do promise it will make a lot of things taste like bacon!