Never. Burn. Bacon. Again.
Who does not love bacon? Whether you admit it or not, bacon is addictive. This fatty and salty thing has captured our taste buds over the years. How do you like your bacon? Whether it is crispy or chewy, bacon is a favorite of many. There are many ways to eat bacon. You can eat it smoked, boiled, fried, baked, grilled or used it as an ingredient to flavor dishes. Cooking it gets so frustrating when it turns out to be dry and crumbly. But did you know that there is a way in which bacon can be crisp and tender after cooking it? Yes! you got it right. I was even surprised too. The method is super simple. Anyone can try this at home. You don't need any special ingredients.
Bacon, as well know is a meat product from a pig and it usually cured. It is first cured using large quantities of salt either in brine or in a dry packing. The word is derived from the old high German bacho meaning buttock, ham or side of bacon. Bacon is prepared from several different cuts of meat. The side and back cuts of pork are the usual cuts used to make bacon. In the United States, pork belly is used. Different countries have a variety of methods how they prepare bacon. Calories in bacon vary depending on how thick or thin the slice is. For instance, a thin slice of bacon which was yield after cooking contains 27 calories.
Bacon has a large amount of sodium as well. A thin slice of bacon contains 116 mg of sodium. Just a reminder for all of you who loves bacon, The large consumption of sodium can put a person at risk for a heart disease and high blood pressure. Bacon has this addictive taste that makes us crave for more, But be also careful of your health.
In the end, the best practice to enjoy what you love in moderation. Visit DIY COZY HOME to learn more information.
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