• Yearling

    Smoked Ham, trying to follow the instructions from Walton’s. Is it telling me I have three options? 1. Is to inject solution in to hams, let set overnight and then put in my smoker? 2 If I am brining I should just submerge ham in solution for 5 to 7 days and then into the smoker? 3. Do both of the preceding steps and then put in the smoker?

  • Team Orange Walton's Employee Admin

    mouljb
    You can either inject or soak and submerge in a brine solution. You do not want or need to do both; just do whichever method is most convenient for you.

    Let us know if we can help clarify anything else!

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