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The Food Lab: The Best Way to Bake Bacon for a Crowd

Cooking bacon for one or two people is easy: Just grab a pan and cook over moderately low heat until it's as crisp as you want it. The problem comes when you're trying to cook bacon for a crowd, which is when we switch to the oven. But what's the best way to cook bacon in the oven? I tested four common methods, then compared the results.
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