2 weeks is my limit. But it is generally all eaten before that at our place
Cold sliced ham on hot buttered toast....got me a craving now! Can't wait for my Christmas ham!
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29-11-2013 14:17 #11
29-11-2013 14:38 #12
Who bakes their ham? We usually just slice it but I'd love to try it baked one year. Does it change the flavour much?
29-11-2013 14:42 #13
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29-11-2013 15:43 #14Senior Member
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I do a baked ham every year for the past 20 years and I store it in a pillow case soaked in white vinegar which I change every 2nd day.. lasts about a month sooo yummy
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29-11-2013 16:50 #15
We invested in a ham bag from Coles and it's great. There is something about vinegar and water but I don't remember but it does keep for ages providing you keep the bag damp. Mmmm best part of Christmas is the ham afterwards for days
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29-11-2013 16:52 #16Senior Member
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Thanks for starting this thread MMM, I was wondering how long it would keep myself...
Now to find out if they sell it gluten free, and then we're in business!
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29-11-2013 16:55 #17
I think im the only person in the world thats disgusted by xmas ham
I happily sit and watch zombies eat people on tv/movies but show me a christmas ham and im repulsed!
Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.
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29-11-2013 17:34 #18
29-11-2013 21:30 #19
I use a ham bag, because I think it'd ruin a pillow case... but you just wet it, squeeze out the excess and store it in there. I keep the rind in there too. It tends to protect it from drying out a little more.
I just dampen the bag every day.
29-11-2013 21:48 #20
In our house, max of 2 days.
In other about 3 weeks.
I use water and a dash vinegar on a tea towel or bag. Keep the skin on.
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