What Is the Difference between Ham and Pork?

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The difference between ham and pork is the colour and freshness. Pork is red in colour and fresh meat from a pig, while ham is white and preserved. Both have the same nutritious value.
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Pork is the fresh meat you get from a pig, ham is pork which has been preserved with salt or a salt solution (brine) and then cooked, usually boiled or roasted.
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Ham is a cured from of pork, so ham is pork, the only difference is it is cured.
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Ham is a particular part of the pig. Any part of a pig is pork. Ham is a 'subset' of pork. Ham is also usually cured, meaning it's soaked in brine and then cooked in a particular
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