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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    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.
    in 20 years iv never had a ruined pillow case from ham... each to their own I guess..... I love baked ham !

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    Ham bag damp with water vinegar solution


 

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