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Bacon Wave: Does it Work?

It's been said that everything's better with bacon, right? But, we know that bacon isn't the healthiest food out there.

What if there was an easier and healthier way to make bacon? 

We may have found that product.  It's called the Bacon Wave and it promises delicious and healthy bacon, from your microwave.

The Bacon Wave may not only take the mess of the frying pan out of the mix, but it can also keep your bacon from sitting in the grease while it cooks, making it healthier. The pan is made of thick dishwasher-safe plastic, with slots to hold fourteen slices.  Two skewers slide through the end pillars, securing the bacon while it cooks.

Sounds like the perfect solution...but does it work? Watch the video to find out!


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