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Old 04-01-2017, 09:45 AM
pulykamell pulykamell is offline
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Originally Posted by Chronos View Post
I don't usually make bacon for breakfast, and I certainly don't make a whole package at once (I'm single). But, for instance, when I make BLTs, I fry up the bread to sop the grease, instead of toasting it. And my chili recipe starts with about a half a pound of bacon, all of which (protein, grease, and connective tissue) stays in the vat.
Sure, but you seemed a little unclear that there would be such a thing as leftover bacon grease. Frying up bacon for a family is one common way people would end up with a lot of bacon grease. Or if you're just frying up the bacon for the bits to sprinkle over a salad or something. There's plenty of times one is frying bacon for the meat and not for the fat.