Curing chamber’s aren’t inherently complex, there have been cured meats since before modern technology, but that’s why automating one isn’t too hard. You simply need to control a few factors: temperature, humidity, and airflow. This can all be easily accomplished with some kind of old refrigerator, a humidifier, and a fan. Add a Raspberry Pi in the mix and you can easily design a system that will automatically run at the desired temperature and humidity as well as keep fresh air flowing.
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