Ready-to-eat hams are fully cooked and are safe to eat without further heating, but people usually reheat them because the prefer eat them hot. A fresh ham or ham product requires cooking in order to be safe.
Ready-to-eat hams are fully cooked and are safe to eat without further heating, but people usually reheat them because the prefer eat them hot. A fresh ham or ham product requires cooking in order to be safe. Tribune News Service
Ready-to-eat hams are fully cooked and are safe to eat without further heating, but people usually reheat them because the prefer eat them hot. A fresh ham or ham product requires cooking in order to be safe. Tribune News Service

WSU Extension Q&A: Ready-to-eat hams don’t need to be cooked again

December 27, 2015 08:33 AM

UPDATED December 27, 2015 10:50 PM

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