Möbius Bacon Strip

Begin moving forward at any point on the bacon strip. You will continue forever. Behold the infinite supply of bacon! Thanks to Instructables member PenfoldPlant, the dream is no long just a theoretical model, but a reality.

PenfoldPlant made his möbius bacon strips by twisting rashers of bacon around a rolling pin, then gluing them in place with a meat adhesive called transglutaminase. After letting the glue sit for a day, he removed the bacon from the rolling pin and baked it.

This is an adequate temporary solution. But I would like to see--someday--pigs that are genetically engineered to produce bacon like this. That would be more natural than just gluing bacon strips into a twist.

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The wonder of a Mobius strip is not that it is infinite, because any loop is infinite. A Mobius strip is unique in that it has only one side.

Which theoretically should make it easy to fry without turning, but real bacon is not as well-cooked as theoretical bacon.
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