Bacon is an immensely popular food thanks to its delicious flavour, and it's something you can always be in the mood for, no matter what time of day or how hungry you are.
Smoked bacon is also an incredibly versatile food. You can put it on salads, stick a few slices in a sandwich or sizzle up some to have with scrambled eggs. Whatever your preference is, you can shop for bacon online at Walmart Canada along with your other groceries, and your whole order will be ready for you when you arrive at the store. Shopping for groceries online is convenient and saves you valuable time.
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Bacon can be eaten with just about any meal — tuck it between an egg and piece of cheese inside a bagel or English muffin for a tasty breakfast sandwich, slip a few slices into toasted bread with lettuce, tomato and mayo for an instant BLT, add chopped bacon to a juicy cheeseburger, or toss some bacon crumbles onto a cobb salad for a burst of salty, sweet and savoury flavours.
Shop online for a variety of bacon flavours, including natural smoke, peppered and thick cut varieties. Bacon is one of few foods that is salty and sweet at the same time, and if you crave a bit more sweetness, choose bacon with a hint of maple. Watching your salt intake? Low sodium options are available too.
Since bacon is naturally smoked, it typically lasts a bit longer than other fresh meats, so you can stock up on what you need and freeze the rest for a later date. Bacon can be cooked in a variety of ways, including the traditional method in a frying pan on the stove top. You can also lay pieces on a rack in the oven. Oven cooking tends to result in crunchier pieces, since a lot of the fat drains away from the bacon during cooking. On the other hand, pan frying lets slices cook within the fat for a chewier texture. Whether you prefer your bacon chewy or crispy, make sure to start with a cold pan or cold oven so the bacon can slowly get hot and sizzling.
Save leftover bacon grease after cooking to make crispy potatoes to go with your bacon snack, or let it cool and carefully funnel it into a glass jar to solidify. You can use it later as a base for homemade soup instead of olive oil or to flavour a batch of baked beans and molasses.