Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Fermented Sausage Production

Chinese Sausages, Kuala Lumpur Market

If you read this blog, you might be interested in this material from the UN on small-scale fermented sausage manufacture.

Fermented sausages are an important way to preserve meat in some really hot developing countries, whether or not the final product is eaten raw.

I've always thought of salami as a European food - Italian, Hungarian, German. I'd never thought of it as a Brazilian, Indian, Phillipine or Maylasian product.

Here's more material from Cornell on the topic of fermented sausages.

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