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First seen in the bacon themed web cooking show Epic Meal Time, the Bacon Weave is the premier way to cook massive amounts of bacon at once. The bacon weave is simple to create. It consists of bacon weaved together to make a mat of bacon. It is the new thing in Bacon.

How to Bacon Weave[edit | edit source]

Step 1[edit | edit source]

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Begin by laying your bacon strips horizontally. Note how the slices are arranged - alternating the fat and lean ends as you put each slice into place. This keeps the weave square, and easier for weaving.

Step 2[edit | edit source]

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Start at the top, fold back every other strip to the left (the lean ends). Lay one strip (fat end at top) vertically down the middle.

Step 3[edit | edit source]

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Unfold the bacon to the right.

Step 4[edit | edit source]

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Start with the second strip down, fold back every other strip to the left (the fat ends).

Step 5[edit | edit source]

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Lay a strip vertically (lean end up top) making sure it is snug with the folded strips. Now unfold the strips to the right. *As you lay each vertical strip into place, you must alternate the fat and lean ends to keep it square.

Step 6[edit | edit source]

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Repeat Steps #2, #3 & #5 (fat end up top).

Step 7[edit | edit source]

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Repeat Steps #4, #5, #3.

Step 8[edit | edit source]

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Now the left side. Start with the second strip down; fold back every other strip (lean ends) to the right. Lay a strip vertically (fat end at top), and unfold the bacon back over to the left.


Step 9[edit | edit source]

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Starting at the top, fold back every other strip to the right. Lay a strip vertically (fat end at top), and fold the bacon back over to the left.

Step 10[edit | edit source]

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Repeat Steps #8 and #9 and then you are done!

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