Salami is a cured sausage, fermented, and air-dried meat, originating from one of a variety of animals. Historically, salami has been popular among Southern-European peasants because it will be stored at room temperature for periods of up to 10 years, supplementing a possibly meager or inconsistent supply of fresh meat. Varieties of salami are traditionally made in Italy, France, Hungary, Germany, Spain, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Belgium, Luxembourg, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey.


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