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    Default Salami recommendations

    Just want to share a recent find (and there is a cheese thread, so why not Salami):

    "Suffolk Salami Co"
    01379 384593

    based in Brundish, Suffolk

    Make a very good salami with red wine and peppercorns. I have been enjoying it with a bit of Compte or Ossau-Iraty, Carrs table water and glass of red.
    Nice to find a UK manufacturer.
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    Sounds good, I'll give it a go if I see it. Only buy Milano or German pepper coated normally. Naughty but nice!

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    I will be watching this thread as I dint know much about the best Salami. I bought one a while ago and it was disgusting....dry and very little taste of anything to it...dried my tounge out and felt like a dangerously raw health risk...awful

    Not bone dry..... that sort of salami dry and it just tasted of inspid raw meat padded out with something and no flavour I could determine...heck knows what was in it..it tasted like the cheapest hardened sausage meat just off raw. Im after a rich beefy taste with extra spices

    I like those Sololow chicken breast sausages but I wouldnt know which Salami to buy from the deli counter.
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    I was given a large Polish salami a while back, couldn't eat it, didn't like it. (and I'm half Polish!) Have bought salami from Lidl, quite acceptable to me, not the very best of course, but a very good price. This was their large whole salami, not sliced packets, which seem to be generally over priced.
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    never was a salami fan. Not very healthy either. up here, every pizza is slabbered in it and cheese.. no wonder we are a nation of fatties.
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    Ghastly stuff!

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    Kosher Salami should be of a quality, it will be made with beef. Available in a lot of supermarkets, but I must admit, I've not bought one in decades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    never was a salami fan. Not very healthy either. up here, every pizza is slabbered in it and cheese.. no wonder we are a nation of fatties.
    Fair enough, for some.


    A few years ago I was told my cholesterol was rather high (Doctor effectively told me that life isn't fair - my weight was fine for my height, and he had seen mw cycling around he village, just see people have a greater propensity to "collect" cholesterol).

    So, rather than cut out cheese and charcuterie, I decided to buy good quality and eat less.

    Well worth giving Suffolk salami a go - they sell online. If anyone could recommend a brand of wild boar salami or other UK produced charcuterie please post here.
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    I think it was Michael Van Stratten that normally recommended healthy eating that said something like;

    "if you eat healthy food all the time you will die of boredom."

    Just to illustrate the point, here is my Mum at nearly 103 years, mainly fed healthy food, but with occasional treats!

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    Am off to visit my mum today (she’s 92).

    One of my favourite salamis is with fennel.

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