Salumi is the Italian term for deli meats and loosely means “cold cuts." However, any form of cured meats can be considered salumi, even hot dogs! Oftentimes people will confuse the term salumi for salami.
Salame (singular for salami) is a fermented and dried sausage. We specialize in creating several different varieties of salami. Salami is a type of salumi, but there are many other forms of salumi.
Uncured is a term used to describe the method of preservation a certain food product has underwent. Alternatively, cured meats have a blend of sodium nitrate and sodium nitrite added to the product to preserve it. Uncured can be use to describe any form of natural derivative of sodium nitrate and nitrite. Celery is the most common form of natural cure. Other vegetables high in natural nitrates include beets, kale, spinach, cabbage and arugula.
Any form of cured meats can be considered salumi, even hot dogs!
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