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Salami; spicy, savoury and sweet!
- Salami are dry fermented sausages
- To ferment salami, often lactic acid bacteria and sugar are added to the fresh ground meat. Sugar is added to induce the fermentation of the bacteria!
- Salami is not technically cooked, nor is it technically raw, but it is cured.
- Salamis can differ based on the meat used, their texture, its seasonings, and the curing process!
- Salami can be a rich source of protein, vitamins B1 and B12, and dietary sodium.