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Unread 12-08-2012, 10:52 AM   #16
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"What are you hanging those in to dry?"

I'm using a small 1.7 Cu Ft thermoelectric Fridge..
here you can see the fan..


(has no compessor for cooling - but uses a Peltier type cooling element and has a built in Fan, which enhances the air circulation inside the unit - hooked up the condensation water outlet spigot (at the back bottom outside of the unit) to a plastic tube feeding into a 1 gallon milk bottle.. so I did not get a mess from overflowing or have to worry about emptying the small reservoir all the time.)
Some Wine coolers have a similar type cooling arrangement.. check at the stores to see if they have an internal fan..


Or you could use an old fridge, buy a line voltage switching thermostat, which you place inside the fridge and hook up to the powercord supplying power to the fridge.. (trhis way you can set the desired drying temps - normally set to 55-66 F, which is higher than most fridges normally allow to be set at.... and place a small fan inside the fridge for air circulation..)
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Unread 12-10-2012, 10:16 AM   #17
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Default oops - my mistake -

it's not a 1.7 Cu Ft but a 2.4 Cu Ft Fridge..
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You sir are awesome. That is all that needs to be said.
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Unread 02-11-2013, 11:20 AM   #19
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UPDATE UPDATE

here my ~15 lbs Prociutto Ham - checking up on it, after 1+ month in the dryer...
still a couple of months more to go, before taking a slice from it - I can't wait...





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Awesome looking charcuterie projects. You can't be that far away from me, in case you are looking for someone to do quality control
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Looking good. Where do you get the netting?
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Looking good. Where do you get the netting?
I don't use netting for the ham in my dryer - just hang or lay it in there..- only use netting for Lonzino, Bresaola, Carne Salata and my kind-a-Buckboard ..

http://www.alliedkenco.com/428.aspx


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sells eleastic netting and ham bags/cloth and smoking bags if you need them
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here my ~15 lbs Prociutto Ham - checking up on it, after 1+ month in the dryer...
still a couple of months more to go, before taking a slice from it - I can't wait...
Boy, and people think 12 hours for a brisket is a long wait...

That looks awesome. I'm sure it will taste even better.
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Awesome looking charcuterie projects. You can't be that far away from me, in case you are looking for someone to do quality control
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I have my local QC department -

the wife..

only problem in my opinion is -
she takes far to many samples.....
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Mine may complain about refrig space BUT......when I bought my Jambo she didn't even ask the price....as long as I'm happy and put food in front of her that she doesn't have to go to the grocery store, buy and then cook....she is HAPPY!!!!!!!!
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Default update from the QC department..

well - the QC department came by yesterday to check..

we had to make some space in the dryer for some Bresaola which came out of the cure..

took a knife and cut a taste of the Prociutto after ~ 2 months drying..


mmmm... what a taste - and you can't beat that price anywhere!!





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Dayumm that looks good!
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Talking Never again !!

I'm NEVER NEVER NEVER making one again.....

might as well leave the knife right by it..

every time I walk by it, a little voice in my head tells me to take a slice and taste it..
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The siren song of curing pork.
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