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A rasher is a slice of bacon. The term is used mostly in the UK and Ireland. The type of bacon served in the US is referred to as streaky rashers due to the streaks of fat running through it. Another type of bacon, made from the meat on the back of the pig is referred to as back rashers.


Back rashers are an important component of an Irish breakfast.


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This reduces contact with the pan, so the cook has to be present to frequently press the rashers against the pan and move them around.
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