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If a white salty froth arises to the surface, it is best to discard this water and start again with fresh cold water. It is unusual to need to change the water more than once but if when the bacon returns to a simmer for the second time it is again very frothy, it is no harm to repeat the process.
Cook the bacon covered at a simmer allowing 20 minutes for every g of raw meat.
If you insert a thin skewer into the meat and it travels through with very little resistance, then you know that the meat is cooked. Turn off the recipe garlic rub and let the bacon sit in the water until you are ready to serve.
While the bacon is cooking prepare the sauce.
Even though, it seems a bit old fashioned, and wont be featuring at your local restaurant that is practising molecular gastronomy, it is still an essential part of the cooks repertoire. Properly made, this sauce is well flavoured, smooth and shiny and has a silky consistency.
The plain or master version becomes a vehicle for other flavourings such as herbs, mustard, anchovies, capers, spices, vegetables, cheese and so on.
You cant really consider boiled bacon, cauliflower or macaroni cheese or a fish pie without it. It can be delicious to serve with a poached chicken, in which case a little of the chicken poaching liquid can be added to the sauce to achieve a thinner consistency than you normally expect from this sauce.