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That sounds like a good ideal. I do my bacon a lb at a time, sometimes 2 lbs, in the oven and it keeps in the fridge with a quick warm up in the microwave. My Mom always frys hers, so I will pass this on to her.
If you sprinkle a little flour into your pan before frying bacon it will help to absorb some of the grease and keep you from getting splattered!
When frying bacon, to keep the grease from spattering add some celery leaves. No more grease mess to clean up ... or burns!
To prevent bacon grease from spattering - use your oven. Simply lay bacon slices in a jellyroll type pan or cookie sheet (you needs sides to collect the grease) and bake at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes. You can turn it over halfway through, but I have found it not really necessary. Crispy bacon, no mess.
When frying bacon, add some celery leaves to the pan. The bacon won't spatter!
Robin is absolutely right. And for the rest of the grease that will shamelessly throw itself at you, you hold your potlid in front of you like a sheild. Poking the bacon occassionally with a meat fork can sometimes show it who's boss. But if you're new - don't push your luck.
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