Break the chocolate bar into small pieces and place into a double-boiler or an oven-proof dish that is at least 6 inches wide. Add coconut oil and either put on the stove on low or in a 200-degree oven on the lower rack.
Stir the chocolate to help it melt smoothly and uniformly.
While the chocolate is slowly melting, fry or bake some uncured, extra-thick bacon. You want it thoroughly cooked, but you don't want it so crispy and stiff that it crumbles apart when it cools down.
Place the cooked bacon on some paper towels to soak up excess grease and let cool down enough that you can touch it.
Once the chocolate mix is melted and smooth, remove it from the oven or take it off the stove.
Use tongs or a fork to dip your bacon slices into the melted chocolate. Make sure you coat both sides thickly, and leave an uncoated end like a "handle."
Lay each piece on a cookie sheet covered with aluminum foil or wax paper to cool.
When all slices are fully coated in chocolate, sprinkle sea salt over them, and put them in the fridge to harden.