1. 5 stars
    Sorry, Clueless American here–what the heck is Gammon? I’ve never heard of it except as a cliche: “Don’t gammon me” meaning don’t try to fool me.

    1. Hi Annie,

      Gammon is a popular british meat, in American terms it means cured ham. So it is just another name for a ham.

      This is what we are here for to help people with any questions no matter how stupid they think they are, this is a very popular query with our readers 🙂

      Thanks for the question!

    1. Hi Michele,

      We throwed it away but we usually keep it. We strain the juices and then cool it in the fridge and then freeze it to make it into a stock for when we cook pork or gammon again 🙂

    1. Hi Christie,

      We used an unsmoked gammon because we do not like smoked meats, but it really comes down to personal preference 🙂

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