How To: Keep Your Bacon From Shrinking

“Bacon Bacon Whose Got The Bacon?” Are you looking for your bacon? Did you cook a pound of little piggies only to be left with 1/4 pound? Does your bacon disappear in the oven and shrivel up to nothingness? Are you scrounging around wondering what just happened?

How does that work? Prior to cooking, you gaze at the longest slice of bacon known to man and you simply could not wait to get your hands on that little piggy. Post cooking that little piggy, you find yourself questioning your piggy and where it ran off to.

For years I have cooked bacon and felt like all that remained was a pile of grease with a couple crispy crumbs. Is there a bacon cure? Can this puzzle be solved? Is the mystery thief losing this bacon battle?

Never again will you wonder where your bacon thief came from and why he ate 90% of your delicious bacon.

No more bacon thief.

How to:

Lay bacon on a foil lined baking sheet or broiler pan.


Douse your bacon with water using a squirt bottle. Literally douse it. This will help keep your bacon in tacked and will help keep the grease from shriveling up your bacon-ater.

Bake at 450 for 10-12 minutes**


**Note: If you like your bacon crispy, turn the broiler on and broil for 1-2 minutes after baking for 10 minutes.

You will be so happy to see that all your money is saved when you go to eat your bacon; half the package wont be missing.

“Move over bacon something meatier’s coming in!”

And that my friends, is your cure to shriveled up bacon!

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