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What is the cook time per pound for various meats?

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Cooking times range up to 30 minutes per pound depending on the types of meat and cooking temperatures. Cooking times differ for beef, pork and poultry and whether the cuts are boneless or bone-in and cured or fresh, according to FoodSafety.gov.

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What is the cook time per pound for various meats?
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A boneless beef rib roast requires 39 to 43 minutes per pound in a 325-degree Fahrenheit oven. A pork roast in a 325-degree Fahrenheit oven requires 25 to 30 minutes per pound. A cured ham requires 18 to 20 minutes per pound. Beef and pork need to reach 145 degrees Fahrenheit internally to be safe. Turkey and chicken need 25 to 30 minutes per pound in a 325-degree Fahrenheit oven.

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