Where did salami originate?

Answer Salami (salame in Italian) is a generic word for a salt-cured Italian sausage. The two most common types of salami in the U.S. are Genoa salami (a dried pork sausage that originated in Genoa, Italy... Read More »

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Does salami come from a pig or a cow?

Salami, which is a generic term given to any encased meats, is a type of Italian sausage. All salami contains pork, which comes from pigs, and most varieties are entirely made of pork. However, som... Read More »

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When does salami spoil?

How long salami stays fresh depends on the type and how you store it, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Cooked salami, for example, stays fresh up to two months in the freezer, and t... Read More »

Can salami be frozen?

Soft salami can be frozen for up to two months. Hard salami can be frozen indefinitely, but is best if used within three months. Defrost each in the refrigerator prior to use. Soft salami can be r... Read More »