I accidentally ordered five pounds of insta cure #2 instead of insta cure #1. I have never tried dry curing anything before, any suggestions on what would be good for a beginner to try?
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12/17/11 at 7:02pm
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12/17/11 at 7:09pm
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Instacure #2 is not necessarily a dry cure product. It is used for long term curing like salami's and hams, These products normally require humidity and temperature control rooms. Let's see if someone has an easy recipe for you get started with.