Cooking Lesson: Saving Bacon Grease and Reusing Cooking Oil

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I’m super excited to be able to share the first in a series of video kitchen tips!  The project is a collaboration between me, Nelson Books, and the super talented Caleb Rexius Productions.

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  1. sherry mcranie says:

    Thank you for the bacon grease info. My Mom always kept it on the stove, we all lived, but l prefer to refrigerate. Love your recipes.

  2. My Granny and my Mom kept it on the stove top and I reckon it was a generational thing, The bacon grease was used pretty nearly every day and as Sherry commented “we all lived.” I agree though, the refrigerator seems the right thing to do.

  3. I’ve always saved bacon grease and can’t imagine life without it. I have a question though. I never strain it and like the bits of bacon in it. Is there a particular reason you strain it??

    • It’s not necessary, I just find that having bits of bacon in some other things that I use bacon grease for isn’t as appetizing. I’m told leaving the bit in there can make it go rancid sooner, but I’m not sure about that.

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