by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 6, 2020)
It has been said that bacon makes anything better. While this may be true, what isn't all that great is the grease and spatter that often comes along with cooking bacon. Cooking bacon without grease spatter is entirely possible. All it requires is that you take an extra step or two. While any one of these methods would help reduce or eliminate grease spatter by themselves, using more than one at the same time is a sure fire way to guaranty that you don't have to deal with the problem.
A great side benefit from baking your bacon is that it will remain straight, so you don't have to worry about it being all curled up. Furthermore, it is a great method for cooking large amounts of bacon all at once. Now that you know a few methods for reducing grease spatter while cooking bacon, you should be able to enjoy the bacon you do cook all the more.
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