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If you’re making bacon for one or two people—why not pick up a half-dozen slices at the butcher instead of a whole package?
Be sure to turn on your range hood to help vent any smoke. Also protect yourself from grease spatters with gadgets like a mesh screen.
Include bacon in your meal prep, then pop pre-cooked slices in the microwave for 10-15 seconds in the morning.
If you’re cooking up a big batch, try baking it instead! It's simple, hands-off and super convenient.
In order for the meat and fat in your bacon to cook evenly, they have to be at the same temperature. Let it sit at room temp for 15 minutes.
When you crowd the bacon, it will leave you with a mess of tangled strips of floppy bacon instead of the perfectly crisp strips you know and deserve.