Comment from: Puck [Visitor]

Love well made peas. But, that thumb pic squicks me the hell right out. buh

01/05/11 @ 18:23
Comment from: Hinermad [Visitor]


I’ve always said that a repair job isn’t complete unless you’ve left blood on it, but I can’t bring myself to cook with that same philosophy. I’m not squeamish about blood, I just don’t care for the metallic taste.

Does bacon turn? I thought the point of curing bacon was to preserve it, and the flavor imparted by the sodium and nitrites was just a wonderful gift. You know, like beer and wine.


01/05/11 @ 19:29
Comment from: diana [Member]

Bacon does indeed turn, my friend.

You’ve noticed it has an expiration date, right?


01/05/11 @ 20:20
Comment from: Hinermad [Visitor]


Bacon has an expiration date? I never noticed. It doesn’t linger in my house for very long.


01/06/11 @ 07:36
Comment from: Aunt Bann [Visitor]
Aunt Bann

Yes, bacon will turn, but it can be frozen, also. My solution is to separate it out into enough for a couple of days, put all but one section in the freezer (as many sections as you managed to separate it into, each section wrapped separately). The one section goes in the fridge. The sections you freeze can be put into freezer bags or wrapped in aluminum foil and labeled. Take it out about an hour before needed, and lay it on the cabinet to defrost. Good to go, and no loss of taste!

01/06/11 @ 14:32

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