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>2015
>Not sesamizing your bacon
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I usually just bake it in the oven. Never tried sesame seeds on bacon, though.
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>>7099193
sounds interesting, will do next time
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>>7099198
I do this too. I know it's slightly better to fry it, but when I make bacon I like to make the entire pound at once and that takes three full pans and three times as long to cook.on the stove. I can just pop two aluminum lined baking trays in a 400 degree oven for 15 minutes and have the entire pound cooked.
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>>7099211

I do 375 for 15 minutes and like the results far better than cooked on the stovetop.
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I like it better fried but baking is definitely more convenient when cooking the whole pound or more.
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>>7099214
Do you like it crispy or chewy?
I like mine crispy and it never comes out crispy enough, kind of like 80% crispy and if I leave it in longer than like 17 minutes the crispy parts start to burn.
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When I fry it, I usually overcook it. It doesn't take much at all to really affect the results.

Also, baking it in the oven seems to bring out the smoky flavor much better.
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>>7099222

I like it either way, but prefer it to be a bit on the chewy side.

My mother always cooked bacon to the point that it was much too crispy. She drove all the flavor out of it.
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>>7099230
My mom can make some killer bacon.
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By the way, I've tried baking breakfast sausage and that didn't work very well.
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>>7099233

You're lucky.
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Has anyone tried steaming bacon?
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I prefer baking bacon because the clean up is much easier, but I find that 15 minutes at 400 gives me very very dark bacon, so i usually dial the heat down a bit
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>>7099256
if you like floppy pink bacon, you'd love it
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> eating bacon at all
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>>7099193
Did you just come from a Korean BBQ senpai?
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>>7100536
>DO I FIT IN YET?
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>>7099193
I've come to love boiled bacon. I can see the appeal in crispy bacon, but for some reason when it's chewier it's more satisfying, more like meat than a chip. Of course I buy thin bacon, if I bought thicker, I might be able to get the best of both worlds.
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>not cooking your bacon sous-vide, crisping up with a blowtorch to finish

step up
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>>7099193
>2015
>Not pan frying superior back bacon
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>>7102141
>try to pan fry a pound of bacon
>it takes two weeks
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>>7099222
Why is it always "Crispy" or "Chewy"
Why is tender never an option. I'm tired of people assuming I mean chewy when I say I don't like my bacon crispy.
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>>7102511

Because "tender" is so rarely preferred that nobody bothers to mention it.
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>>7099233
I know. She makes it for me after a sweaty, passionate night of playing mahjong.
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>>7102141
>2016 minus 0.10410958904
>not eating Kosher bacon
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>>7102484
If by 2 weeks you mean less than 20 minutes then your correct.
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>>7102511
>having fork tender bacon
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a-anyone else like turkey bacon?
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>>7104393
Tried it once, was pretty tough, might've been a shit brand or cooked it wrong. I do regularly buy turkey sausage patties to put on english muffin sandwiches, and also turkey pepperoni sometimes.
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If you do it in the oven then how do you collect the bacon grease to use for cooking eggs and other things?
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>>7105166
By collecting the bacon grease from the pan. I don't understand the question. You still get a pool of grease when you make bacon in the oven.
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Hickory smoked bacon is best bacon.
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>>7099204

post pics of spattered burned face after seeds pop bacon grease onto you
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>>7105268
My nigga
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>>7099198
Oven is the most effective method and requires the least cleanup.
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>2015
>still curing your pork belly
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>>7106401
*tips fedora
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>2015
>Calling a strip of pork fat 'bacon'
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