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Gammon question

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Nancyclancy Wed 31-Dec-14 00:05:49

Hi, I'm new to SW (just completed day 3). For NYE I'm planning to cook a smoked gammon with jacket potatoes & loads of other bits and pieces. If I cook the gammon on its own, drain off the juices and cut off the fat, would it be free?? Thanks

BathildaBagshot Wed 31-Dec-14 00:43:42

As long as the fat is off when you eat it, you're fine - as long as you cook without fat. Hope this helps smile

Nancyclancy Wed 31-Dec-14 10:07:34

Yes, that does help. Thank you!

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