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2 types of charcuterie :

1. Cooked pork meats :
Ham : Jambon (jambon blanc), pâté en croûte, mortadelle, pâté, mousse, blanc de dinde ou de poulet.
 



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Jambon cuit, "rayon libre service" in the refrigerated aisle.












Jambon cuit :

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Mortadelle :

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2. Dried pork meats :
Charcuterie séchée : not cooked but dried meat : jambon cru, jambon fumé (smoked ham), saucisson, pancette. Even if it's just dried, you don't have to cook it.


Saucisson :
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How to use charcuterie ?
Just like that ! As an entrée, with / before or after a salad.
Eat some condiments with (cornichon /
gherkin , oignon / onion, câpres / caper). Just so French !

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 Pâté en croute








           

  

Jambon cru
 

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Where can I buy it ?
In a supermarket, "rayon charcuterie" or "rayon libre service" / "rayon frais".
You can also go to a "charcuterie", a small shop specialized in cooked pork meats. Often, a "charcuterie" is also a "boucherie charcuterie", a shop where you can buy meat and cooked pork meat.


How to store it ?
It keeps for a few days in the fridge.

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Caution !!
If you see « A cuire » it means it's raw and you must boil it 20 minutes or bake for 30 minutes.




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