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    Curing a ham

    I followed the instructions on this site for curing a ham. Have a 9lb half ham that is 6.5 inchs tall.curing in a 5 gallon food bucket. I used 20oz of kosher salt and 37 grams of #1 with 3 gallons of water.
    I see on this recipe here that they did a 15-20 ham and cured for 7 days.
    My question is, following the curing calculator it says I should cure for 32.6 days, is this correct? I see others say cure for 1 day for every 2 lb.

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    First, welcome from Maryland. I re-ran the numbers and it appears something did not calculate correctly the first time. When I changed the liquid unit from gallons to cups and then back to gallons the number of days changed to what you had. originally. Sorry about that.
    Last edited by Donw; September 16, 2020, 03:18 PM.

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      Dilly dilly! Sorry, I couldn't help myself. Welcome from Nebraska!

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        I lived in Omaha for 30 years, just moved to Julesburg Colorado little of a year ago.

      • Craigar
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        We moved out of Omaha 21 years ago. Unfortunately, we still live too close. How are you liking it in Julesburg? I grew up in Lexington and I really miss that part of Colorado and Nebraska.

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        I was born in Lexington, grew up in North Platte. Spoiling the grand kids, is what it is all a bout

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      Thanks, here is what I get. 8 days sounds a lot better.
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        is 6.5 inches the thinnest dimension? If not, you want to use the thinnest dimension. I get 32.6 days too, btw
        Last edited by rickgregory; September 16, 2020, 02:50 PM.

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          Welcome from Minnesota.

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            Welcome from Virginia. I am interested in this thread as well.

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                  Welcome to the PIT from the Lou! As to the question, I'm watching and learning on this one, not answering. I pass - on to the next question please..

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