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Singing Pastures Farm Dry Cured Spanish Style Chorizo Salami

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Singing Pastures' cured chorizo is dense, fatty, bold in flavor with a wonderfully rustic texture and tugs when you bite into it. Seasoned with smoked paprika, ground red pepper, and garlic, it has a deep brick-red color and a robust, spicy, smoky, tangy flavor.

Pork, salt, red wine, spices (smoked paprika, black pepper), cultured celery powder, turbinado sugar, garlic, lactic acid starter culture

appx. 4 oz
$11.90 $10.75

Storage Tips
Salami can be kept at room temperature, but we recommend wrapping it in its packaging and keeping it refrigerated. White and/or blue-green mold on the casing is part of the culture (similar to the mold found on cheese),and can be peeled off before eating.

Singing Pastures Farm, Damariscotta, ME

This Salami is a collaboration between Singing Pastures and Vermont Salumi. The pork is raised in Maine by John and Holly Arbuckle and salami is made and cured in Vermont by Vermont Salumi. The salami begins as regular looking sausages to which culture is added and they are allowed to ferment, dry and cure for a minimum of 30 days. You may notice naturally occuring blooms of mold on the casing of the salami. As part of the curing process, salamis are inoculated with specific cultures that are beneficial to the aging and flavor development of salami. This mold is harmless, and a key component of the dry cure process. Dry salami can have both white mold (penicillium nalgiovense) and blue/green mold (penicillium glaucum), similar to the mold found on cheese. Nalgiovense provides a mushroom like flavor and glaucum comes across more nutty. Depending on storage conditions mold may change in color.


May 29, 2020 by

I love salami. This salami is so buttery & amazing. So good. It's small for the price so definitely a splurge item for us. So worth it though.