how do i get the salt out of the smoked meat i cooked?

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It's about both. A thermometer is very handy to avoid overcooking.

Answered: How to cook smoked pork necks in the oven

If they're smoked then they are already cooked. Just put them in a baking dish and reheat on 350 degrees fahrenheit.

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Oh high blood pressure and other diseases like having kidney or gallbladder stones.

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If it is smoked it already is cooked. Put in oven at 325 degrees to heat thru before serving. How long it takes has to be determined by you. Every oven is different due to cold spots, hot spots, accurate temperature, etc.; whether or not it is frozen; if thawed is it at room temperature or ...

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