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roast gammon joint - do i still need to cook it????

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EssexMummy123 Sun 21-Dec-14 13:39:23

I bought a roast gammon ham joint and i'm a bit confused - presumably roast gammon means it's already been cooked so do i just need to heat it through or should it be served cold?

TheJourney22 Sun 21-Dec-14 13:47:26

Is it pre cooked? If it's pre cooked you don't even need to heat it through as that would dry it out way too much ....

Where did you buy it from? Anything on the packaging?

EssexMummy123 Sun 21-Dec-14 16:36:24

Ocado and nothing on the packaging about cooking, surely it must be cooked as it's called roast gammon?

TenMinutesEarly Sun 21-Dec-14 16:54:11

Does it look raw or cooked?

divingoffthebalcony Sun 21-Dec-14 16:57:05

It would be obvious if it was raw, so it MUST be cooked! In which case it's ready to eat.

gamerchick Sun 21-Dec-14 16:57:10

What does it say on the wrapper?

EssexMummy123 Sun 21-Dec-14 16:59:20

Wrapper just says to keep in fridge, so I think I should be good with just warming it up

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