First salami of the season

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africanmeat

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Mar 28, 2011
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It got slightly cooler ,now is the time to start the salami season .
i am doing 2 type of salami .
one is a mix between a polish and a Romanian salami .
the outher one is a  soft chorizo  .

This is the Polish it got salt  , sugar garlic .cure#1,thyme ,b pepper ,lovage .



This is the Chorizo .it got red wine ,red wine vinegar ,garlic,cumin ,cure#1 ,paprika .chilli ,b pepper  ,oregano ,salt ,sugar,










Thanks
 
That's some Great looking Sausage, Ahron!!
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Looks Mighty Tasty!!!
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Ahron 

You said it is slightly cooler there time to make salami.What is your average temp in South Africa that you prefer to make Salami?

Thanks 

Dan
 
 
Ahron 

You said it is slightly cooler there time to make salami.What is your average temp in South Africa that you prefer to make Salami?

Thanks 

Dan
 Hi Dan 

The temp dropped to the 20c (70f ) it is time for the beginning of the salami  season .
the average temp that i like to do dry salami and smoked salami  is 17c (60f) .
it is  not  cold here . the lowest it gets is 7c (45f) .
 
Ahron Thank you on the Temp answer.I can get the 60deg to 70 deg easily with some long nights of smoking.60deg to 80 deg is are normal year around temps.

Dan
 
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