Why the fuck does oil sputter when i cook on a stove top? Doesnt matter what pan, stovetop or oil i use, it always fucking sputters. Sometimes it sputters so hard that i can see food flying up and down in the pan and i've gotten burned from the oil before.
Oil doesn't splatter. Moisture in oil makes it splatter.
So I'm guessing that you are putting wet foods into a hot pan.
Make sure you dry your veggies after washing them. If you are working with meats then make sure you use paper towels (or similar) to pat the meat dry before it goes into the pan.
Most modern bacon is especially bad about splattering because it's injected with brine rather than being dry-cured. So don't buy wet-pack bacon.