Although this breakfast favorite has a bad reputation of being greasy and fatty, it has high glycine content. The average piece of a microwaved bacon strip has 0.136 g of glycine, whereas 100 g can contain up to 2.711 g. Pan-frying the same amount of bacon contains a slightly smaller 2.691 g.
5. Fast Food
Fast food, specifically fried chicken, can actually bring your body good as well. The average one-wing fried chicken with the skin or breading removed gives you 1.134 g of glycine, while adding in another piece can have at most 2.578 g.