What is Salumi?
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The word SALAME originates from the word “sale” (salt) and “ame” originally meaning all kinds of meat, thus all kinds of salt meats. The word Salame later changed to mean only the salted and spiced minced meat which was filled into a casing, usually an animal intestine, then cured, fermented and air-dried for several weeks or months.
The word SALAMI is the plural of Salame meaning more than one.
The word SALUMI is used to describe lots of different types of salted cured meats. Salumi can be Prosciutto, Coppa, Pancetta, Mortadella, Sausages, Cotechino as well as Salami. Salame is a type of Salumi.
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