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morrisons dry cured ham joint , just eaten, now found cooking instuctions on packet ?

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I've just bought a joint of Morrison's cured ham with a cola and whisky sauce. Several of us have now eaten a sandwich of it and I have just noticed there is cooking instuctions on the packet. It says… Read More
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4m, 5d agoPosted 4 months, 5 days ago
I've just bought a joint of Morrison's cured ham with a cola and whisky sauce. Several of us have now eaten a sandwich of it and I have just noticed there is cooking instuctions on the packet. It says to cook for an hour and a half at 175? The ham is already cured so why cook it and why for so long. Are we going to die lol
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4m, 5d agoPosted 4 months, 5 days ago
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#1
Yes. Yes you are.

God speed.
#2
So you didn't cook it ?

Oh heck
#4
Just don't book any holidays
#5
Go to closest hospital and get all your stomach pumped now. Next time, read the label first. . .
#6
best get in the oven one at a time (_;)
#7
on the no, no raw meat

No. 1 Chicken

No. 2 Pork

have a few drinks, not beer but spirits, it may help

if not you can blame the spirits for being ill :p
#8
Will be able to crap through the eye of a needle later.
#9
buy toilet paper.now!
#10
That's your Xmas and new year down the toilet oO

Surely you must have noticed it wasn't cooked when carving?
#11
Phone NHS direct not HotUKDeals for health advice
#12
Undercooked ham can harbor a number of organisms that can make you ill. These organisms include Yersinia entercolitica, Clostridium botulinum, Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli. Trichinosis These organisms can cause severe intestinal problemsthe severity of the infection can depend on several factors, including how many of the harmful microorganisms were in your ham and how much of the ham you ate. Most of the time, symptoms of foodborne illness will begin between four and 48 hours after you’ve eaten the infected ham. Consult your healthcare provider if you experience nausea, vomiting, fever or abdominal discomfort. If you experience bloody diarrhea, excessive vomiting or diarrhea, or a combination of fever, headache and stiff neck- so yes you will die
#13
Just because it says "dry cured" doesn't mean it doesn't need to be cooked. Morrisons sell dry cured bacon, I would suggest you cook that before eating it too ;)
#14
psychdee
Phone NHS direct not HotUKDeals for health advice

Agreed - definitely phone NHS Direct for advice on 111. Do it now!
#15
markdaniels773
Undercooked ham can harbor a number of organisms that can make you ill. These organisms include Yersinia entercolitica, Clostridium botulinum, Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli. Trichinosis These organisms can cause severe intestinal problemsthe severity of the infection can depend on several factors, including how many of the harmful microorganisms were in your ham and how much of the ham you ate. Most of the time, symptoms of foodborne illness will begin between four and 48 hours after you’ve eaten the infected ham. Consult your healthcare provider if you experience nausea, vomiting, fever or abdominal discomfort. If you experience bloody diarrhea, excessive vomiting or diarrhea, or a combination of fever, headache and stiff neck- so yes you will die


oh the joy of copy n paste X)
#16
Yes get yourselves checked out but I doubt you will die or get really sick
You may throw up several times so drink plenty of water, but that's about the worst.
The germs are mainly on the surface ( dry curing and sealing reduces them to safer levels) and symptoms are seen quite quickly
Don't worry !

Edited By: sowotsdis on Dec 24, 2016 16:51: err
#17
I ate raw bacon as a kid when I was told to make a ham sandwich. Tummy ache that evening but I lived to tell the tale lol in fact my family never let me forget it so good luck with that side of if in coming years too lol
#18
Let me know how it turns out.
#19
Millionvoltage
Let me know how it turns out.

You after photos or something?
#20
Was it nice?
#21
Did it 'oink' when you bit into it?

Edited By: tommy6000009 on Dec 24, 2016 17:48: n/a
#22
you will need to spread your body with "oinkment" for the rest of your life......you'll be fine I'm sure......between you and grout man there better be some decent deals on hospital services coming out way ;)
#23
We're still alive and feeling fine, the mother in law suggests it only needs cooking because of the packet sauce which goes over the top as a glaze and that when reheated it needs to be thoroughly reheated throughout to a certain temperature, hence the long cook time. She examined the joint and agreed that it is ham and fine to eat.
#25
Says dry cured and cooked so we could survive this one ! 2016s been bad enough without taking another legend!
#26
mart321
We're still alive and feeling fine, the mother in law suggests it only needs cooking because of the packet sauce which goes over the top as a glaze and that when reheated it needs to be thoroughly reheated throughout to a certain temperature, hence the long cook time. She examined the joint and agreed that it is ham and fine to eat.
strike your mother in law off your will. NOW!
#27
mart321
We're still alive and feeling fine, the mother in law suggests it only needs cooking because of the packet sauce which goes over the top as a glaze and that when reheated it needs to be thoroughly reheated throughout to a certain temperature, hence the long cook time. She examined the joint and agreed that it is ham and fine to eat.

Very lucky that the mother in law happens to be a biologist
#28
Best of luck oO
#29
R.I.P
#30
it does say it's cooked
#31
That's what you get for making a pig of yourself. :)
#32
I'm sure you won't come to any ham
#33
Still alive !! Merry Xmas
banned#34
I ate raw peppered steak once & was fine.

If you get away with pork then you guys are lucky. I cut my finger whilst cutting raw pork once & was on antibiotics for a month after.

happy xmas
#35
gogosteve
I'm sure you won't come to any ham
lol
#36
Did it taste cooked? We all make mistakes, just be wary that you might get a stomach ache.
#37
Any ill effects for anyone OP?
#38
TheDobbus
Any ill effects for anyone OP?

Sadly his uncle George didn't make it. RIP. :(
#39
kirkatronics
Did it taste cooked? We all make mistakes, just be wary that you might get a stomach ache.
It tasted and looked like ham, the details on Morrison's website says ita cooked also . Curiously it didn't taste as good once the packet instructions were followed and it was cooked
#40
TheDobbus
Any ill effects for anyone OP?
Everyone was fine and the Morrison's website says it was cured and cooked so must be fine

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