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What does Charcuterie Mean?

Charcuterie, the French word for "pork butcher," has become a buzzword in the food world, especially among foodies and Instagram enthusiasts.


Charcuterie originated in France in the 15th century, where pork butchers would cure and preserve meats to extend their shelf life. The process involved salting, smoking, and fermenting to create a range of flavors and textures.

Over time, charcuterie spread throughout Europe and evolved to include other meats, such as beef, chicken, and game.

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