How Is Ham Produced?

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Ham is produced by soaking a piece of pork in some salt brine for some duration of time. This will depend on its weight and then smoking or cooking it. Ham is produced from pork from the upper portion of the hind legs that weigh from 15 to 25 lbs. The salt brine contains a substance called cure, which gives the ham its pleasing pink colour and protection from botulism.
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