How do you cook frozen turkey bacon?

Chef's answer
The easiest is generally to put the frozen block into a frying pan and heat it over a burner set to "low." Turn it frequently to ensure even cooking. You can also put the block on a paper towel-lined plate and use your microwave's "defrost" setting. Don't use the oven to loosen up a block of frozen bacon.
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