[[Bacon|Bacon]] fat liquefies and becomes bacon drippings when it is heated. Once cool, it firms into lard if from uncured meat, or rendered bacon fat if from cured meat. Bacon fat is flavourful and is used for various cooking purposes. Traditionally, bacon grease is saved in cuisine that originated in the British isles and southern U.S., and used as a base for cooking and as an all-purpose flavouring, for everything from gravy to cornbread to salad dressing.
Bacon and Bacon Grease is exported by the Enroe Corporation to Togar markets with great commercial success. Many million tons are shipped under great risk (across Free Space).
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