Web definitions - butcher paper;
A strong wrapping paper that resists penetration by blood or meat fluids. Butcher paper is usually white or reddish in colour, made from kraft pulp and is generally considered to have a density of between 30 lb/3000 sq ft (45 g/m²) and 50 lb/3000 sq ft (81 g/m²).
That would be my first choice - resist fluid penetration/saturation.
However - do not know if the coated masking paper is food-safe.
Bacon should be capitalized as a pronoun for pork!
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