How do you remove salt from Gammon before cooking?

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Best yet might be all three, an overnight soak (change the water a few times) and a sweet, acidic glaze. If you still find it too salty, go ahead and try boiling briefly in fresh water (blanching) after soaking, and then plunging in ice water before you continue to glaze and roast..
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Northern crayfish
  • Clear Lake.
  • Cosumnes River, Lower.
  • Delta, Central and South.
  • French Meadows Reservoir.
  • Hell Hole Reservoir.
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  • Putah Creek including Lake Solano.
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