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Bacon grease might drain underneath the parchment paper. An easy way to clean your baking sheet is to sprinkle baking soda on it, wait a few minutes for the grease to congeal, and then wipe the sheet with a piece of newspaper. Wash with hot water and soap.

Bacon grease might drain underneath the parchment paper. An easy way to clean your baking sheet is to sprinkle baking soda on it, wait a few minutes for the grease to congeal, and then wipe the sheet with a piece of newspaper. Wash with hot water and soap.

Here's how prepare it for freezing: Lay the raw bacon on a parchment covered baking tray. Bake at 375 for about 15 mins.,checking often. Remove browned pieces and continue baking in 5 min. increments.

Here's how prepare it for freezing: Lay the raw bacon on a parchment covered baking tray. Bake at 375 for about 15 mins.,checking often. Remove browned pieces and continue baking in 5 min.

Drain bacon grease into a clean bowl which will be refrigerated when you are finished draining all the bacon.

Drain bacon grease into a clean bowl which will be refrigerated when you are finished draining all the bacon.

Lay 2-4 pcs. of bacon on a narrow piece of paper towel; fold the towel over and lay another set of bacon down

of bacon on a narrow piece of paper towel; fold the towel over and lay another set of bacon down

Continue doing this until you have a "stack" of bacon with layers of paper towels between.

Continue doing this until you have a "stack" of bacon with layers of paper towels between.

Place the wrapped bacon in a freezer bag, date it, and place in the freezer.

Place the wrapped bacon in a freezer bag, date it, and place in the freezer.

After the grease in the bowl has solidified, teaspoon-size drops on a flat surface (I use a little cutting board or plate) and freeze until solid

After the grease in the bowl has solidified, teaspoon-size drops on a flat surface (I use a little cutting board or plate) and freeze until solid

Afterwards place the "bacon drops" in a freezer bag. I add these drops into soups, stew, or use when making scrambled eggs.

Afterwards place the "bacon drops" in a freezer bag. I add these drops into soups, stew, or use when making scrambled eggs.