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Guanciale is an Italian cured pork product, similar to bacon, that is made from the pig's jowls rather than its belly. Guanciale is frequently said to have a mellower, sweeter and more "porky" flavor than traditional bacon.
 
Guanciale is an Italian cured pork product, similar to bacon, that is made from the pig's jowls rather than its belly. Guanciale is frequently said to have a mellower, sweeter and more "porky" flavor than traditional bacon.
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[[Category:Italian Food Glossary]]

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Guanciale is an Italian cured pork product, similar to bacon, that is made from the pig's jowls rather than its belly. Guanciale is frequently said to have a mellower, sweeter and more "porky" flavor than traditional bacon.

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