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When curing sausage, which is more important temperature or humidity?
I am curing sausages, pork salami in hog casing to be precise. I am having a hard time maintaining both the temperature and the humidity necessary. I have no trouble controlling temperature 60F/15C. ...
Oct 13 '10 at 19:37
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