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Recent content by dave54

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    Amazon ,My wife got it for me for Christmas ,make one it's waaaaayyyyy cheaper
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    I keep it on my enclosed porch ,Rob keeps his in his fridge we cut ours at thanks giving ,just cover with saran wrap or coat cut end with olive oil if it dries out where you cut it just cut dry part off and go from there
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    Salt curing hams (prosciutto )

    Lard DID U GUYS D BONE IT ? No this year we didnt ,depended on who we talked to about taking the  bone out so this year we are trying with bone in
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    My first attempt on curing my pork legs ( proscuitto)

    A little warning since your starting curing: Rob and I started with two, three years ago and this what it's turned into
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    My first attempt on curing my pork legs ( proscuitto)

    as long as it's some place cool ,should be good  I'd love to see how they cure them in Southern Italy where it's hot /warm all year ,but haven't found much info , tho
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    My first attempt on curing my pork legs ( proscuitto)

    I'd put a fan on it now that you have it hanging for a couple days to help dry it more ,as long as tempature is 60 or less you're golden 
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    My first attempt on curing my pork legs ( proscuitto)

    looking good!!!     And just a thought, since you did two ,let one cure another 6 months or longer and the flavor will be more intense.  I've been doing these with a friend and I do three a year so I have them staggered out at cures of 1 year, 16 months and 2 years   You'll be glad you did 
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    Salt curing our next years Prosciutto hams

    Rob ( cycletrash)) and I have thought about trying it but havent got to it yet ' Just remember we salted one day for every pound and to put  a fan  on it after you hang it 'fan helps pull more moisture out
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    Salt curing our next years Prosciutto hams

    he did.it's pine dried. and they are being used to just press the hams not smoke
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    Salt curing our next years Prosciutto hams

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    Salt curing our next years Prosciutto hams

    . And here it is with a new stand
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    UDS questions

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