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Yes, I’ll look for your reply, we get busy and hard to keep an ole Kansas farm kid on track with all the other things on your plate. I appreciate the ratio on salt and cure to weight. I’ve always been a bit unsure. And when you get to your computer, I’m uncertain of the sugar / brown sugar / maple syrup added in my question.
You have convinced me I’m getting me some beef bacon going