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Makin Bacon Microwave Rack

By: on March 08, 2013
$11.99
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This idea of hanging strips of pork candy on the Makin' Bacon microwave rack seems preferable to my grandma's method of pounding cooked pieces between an entire roll of paper towels. No speck of grease goes unabsorbed! She did the same thing with slices of pizza. I'm sure Reader's Digest told her it removes 100 calories per serving.

Those looking to Makin' some Bacon in a flash need only dangle uncooked strips over the rack's rods, cover it with a paper towel and hit the nuke button for some delicious swine meat cooked in the air instead of its own fat. The result is a 50% reduction in lard consumption, which you'll know is legit when you see it all pooled in the bottom of the tray. If you're not concerned about lard consumption, I dare you to drink it.

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