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Frugal Bacon Storage!

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I really was not sure how to title this post. But the truth is when I open a package of bacon, often when I need/want bacon again, it has molded!...

Now I can tell you that any bacon lover will say, molded bacon is NOT acceptable! And I can tell you that any keeper of a frugal kitchen will say, molded bacon is acceptable. What to do, what to do?

This is our new bacon keeping strategy. Freeze the bacon in layers of 6 slices (or what works best for you family) and keep it in the freezer. It is simple, but I did photo the process for you.

Keep bacon safe from molding, with storage in the freezer. Perfect for smaller families.

Layer waxed paper and sliced bacon on a flat pan.

Keep bacon safe from molding, with storage in the freezer. Perfect for smaller families.

Repeat until you are out of bacon!

Keep bacon safe from molding, with storage in the freezer. Perfect for smaller families.

Cover the top of the last layer, place in the freezer until frozen solid.

Keep bacon safe from molding, with storage in the freezer. Perfect for smaller families.

Tap out of the pan.

Keep bacon safe from molding, with storage in the freezer. Perfect for smaller families.

Label the storage bag (my worst omission in the kitchen).

Keep bacon safe from molding, with storage in the freezer. Perfect for smaller families.

Return to the freezer for storage.

It will be easy to separate the layers and only get out what will be used when it is needed.  No more moldy bacon!

Enjoy!

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