Originally Posted by tortaboy
Help me out here with my definitions.
I thought buckboard bacon is what we also call Canadian Bacon?
Am I mistaken?
Canadian Bacon is not fatty and is sliced from the loin.
I thought curing a butt = Ham?
Normally, cured loin is called Canadian Bacon and cured butts are referred to as Buckboard Bacon.
Quite different fat levels cause quite different results.
Ham is from the rear end of the pig, not the front shoulder like a butt.
But, it all just a name.
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