||Also known as boned ham, this whole cured ham is a cut of pork that
has had the hip, thigh, and shank bones removed, as well as most of
the fat before it is rolled, molded, and packaged. Boneless hams are
easier to carve because there is no bone to carve around but without
the bones, the ham will lack the flavor found in a bone-in ham. The
texture is also affect by the processing methods used to remove the
meat from the bones. There are also boneless hams produced from small
chunks and reformed hams (oval shaped), which are meant to be sliced
and used for sandwiches.
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