Fully Cooked Sprial Sliced Ham - can you freeze it?
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    Default Fully Cooked Sprial Sliced Ham - can you freeze it?

    We get a ham for Christmas every year and I always freeze some of the leftovers (for sandwiches, soup, casseroles, etc), but can you freeze a whole ham to have a meal later?

    Do you just thaw in fridge and then heat up as usual?
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    It freezes real well. I cut mine up. A good size for a meal. The bone with some meat on it for split peas or beans. Then i chunk up the rest in bite size.. put them in the snack baggies and then into a freezer gallon bag. I then use them for a while for pizza, omlets, casseroles.. just take out how many small bags I need..

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    Yep. Just wrap well, freeze and then warm in the oven to eat whenever you wish.

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