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    How to freeze ham?

    Cindy in PA.
    Wed Aug 09, 2006 8:15 pm
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    I never bought a frozen ham.I heard you can't freeze them because the fat goes rancid. I've also heard you can freeze them.Can someone let me know.Thanks
    Tasty Tidbits
    Thu Aug 10, 2006 1:51 am
    Forum Host
    I've frozen ham but I have always found the consistency changes when I have done so. It gets kind of watery so any ham I have frozen I always use to make a casserole or something braised like my mother's sweet and sour ham.
    Cookin-jo
    Fri Aug 11, 2006 12:35 am
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    I've never even seen frozen ham for sale where I live (Canada).

    I try to use as much of a ham as possible and then when we're all sick of it I cube what's left and freeze it. It does change in texture a bit and I find it can get saltier, probably due to loss of moisture. I agree with MarieAlice. It's best used in casseroles or soups after having been frozen.
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