How To Precook and Store Bacon


| 12/8/2014 8:48:00 AM


Mary ConleyDear friends,

An extravagance I indulge in is buying precooked bacon. Besides feeling guilty about the price, one of my sons doesn’t like it and says he prefers REAL bacon. Surely, some of you understand that once you’ve started using precooked bacon, you never want to go back to that greasy mess or the time it consumes - no matter the extra cost.

This summer, Bob and Judy McMaster, friends who have been interested in and supportive of our adventure, visited us on the farm. It was fun showing them around, and Bob helped Larry an hour or so each of the two days they stayed. We enjoyed them immensely and thought we were quite compatible.

Bob Judy 

Judy & Bob McMaster



For breakfast one morning, I sort of apologized for the bacon. That’s when I learned that they precook their own! I knew I would have to try it.



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