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The recommended cooking time for ham varies based on type and weight. A whole cooked, smoked ham should be cooked for 15 to 18 minutes per pound, while a half bone-in smoked ham should be cooked for 22 to 25 minutes per ... More »

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Budaball hams are fully cooked, and heating time depends upon the size and style of the ham. A bone-in ham needs to heat in a preheated 325-degree-Fahrenheit oven for 14 to 17 minutes per pound. The ham sits fat-side up ... More »

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Even bones as large as a ham bone should not be given to dogs, as the dogs could choke and possibly die while chewing on any size of bone. Veterinarians at the FDA recommend only giving edible and recreational bones to d... More »

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