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Precooked ham, whether half, whole or canned, can be safely eaten from the package without further cooking, but if reheating a cooked ham is desired, it can be reheated in a 325 F oven to an internal temperature of 140 F... More »

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Fresh uncooked ham needs to be baked at 325 degrees F or higher and cooked for anywhere between five and 40 minutes, states What's Cooking America. Exact cooking times vary based on weight, the presence of bones and othe... More »

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Reheating a precooked ham should be done at a moderately low temperature for between 15 and 30 minutes per pound, depending on the style of ham and whether it is boneless or bone-in. It is imperative to monitor a precook... More »

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