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Information to buy an authentic Iberico ham from Spain with complete safety and guarantees.

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If you want to enjoy in this Christmas with an authentic Iberian ham "patanegra" from Spain, but you have doubts about the quality or guarantees of hams that you can see on internet, let me tell you what we do in Alicex.

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Here we try to answer all questions and issues that you may have about iberian hams or sausages.

 

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Solve your doubts about the Spanish Iberian pork products.

- Differences between a Iberian pig and a white pig.
Besides the physical aspect, the main difference between the products of the Iberian pig and white pig is the food and how it bred.
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- Teile und Fleisch von einem spanischen Iberico-Schwein.
Im nächsten Bild sehen Sie die Teile eines iberischen Schwein und Arten von Fleisch.
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- Is better a Iberian ham than one "patanegra" ham?
The word "patanegra" is a popular expression used in Spain to refer to Iberian ham.
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- Ham from pigs reared in freedom in the field or in farms?
Undoubtedly, bred in freedom in the meadows. The pigs that are bred in the dehesa do exercise and strengthen your legs looking acorns and fresh pastures.
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- Types of Iberian hams. New Standard 2013.
Since March 2013 the new Quality Standard Iberian already agreed. Difference the types of Iberian ham depending on the purity of the race, the way they are bred and his food.
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- Ham with certificate PDO or without?
The Iberian hams certified by the Regulatory Council of the Denomination of Origin Dehesa Extremadura are the highest quality.
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- Parts and Flavors of Iberian ham.
Caña - Jarrete or Codillo - Maza - contramaza - Punta and Babilla.
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- Ideal time of maturation of an Iberian ham.
An Iberian ham should stay between 24 and 36 months for optimal maturation, and an Iberian shoulder should stay between 18 and 28 months in the warehouse.
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- How to conserve an Iberian ham at home?
Iberian ham always be stored in a fresh and dry place, not need cold.
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- How to conserve the iberian sausages?
Our Iberian sausages (loins, sausage, salami, ...). They are vacuum packed to maintain all its properties and flavor. When you open the packaging that protects it, the sausage loses the vacuum, so from that moment enter in contact with the air and begins to suffer the same natural processes that other fresh products.
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- Different flavor between a shoulder and an Iberian ham.
Iberian ham is a piece bigger than the shoulder.
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- Mold in iberian hams. Is it normal?
The ham has two parts, the back has fat, an old aspect and pale yellow colour. This change indicates the good maturation elapsed.
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- Are our products suitable for celiac people?
Celiac disease (CD) is a permanent intolerance to gluten that occurs in genetically predisposed individuals, a serious injury in the mucosa of the small intestine.
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- I see a small hole in the ham.
During the maturation period, the hams pass various quality checks. One of them consists in using a fine pricker to taste them.
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- How much is a iberian ham?
The Iberian ham is not a luxury item and is not of seasonal.

Traditionally most of purchases are made at Christmas, but habitual consumers say the good Iberian ham is enjoyed equal or better the rest of the year and with even better prices.
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- How to cut a iberian ham
Place the ham in the ham holder with the hoof up (Maza, widest part), if you eating frequently. Otherwise, put the hoof down to start cutting the narrowest part (Babilla) which has less fat and hardens before.
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- Why choose a iberian ham of Jerez de los Caballeros?
Jerez de los Caballeros has one of the largest townships in Spain, with 740.55 km2 and much of this extension is wooded meadow and cork oaks that provide acorns which is the main food of the Iberian pig.
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- Hams without hoof. What are they?
The traditional Iberian ham always has hoof. Watch out if they offer a Iberian ham without hoof.
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- What are the white dots you see in a iberian ham?
Do not worry if there are not many. They are crystallizations of an amino acid are called thyroxine, which occur during the maturation process of ham.
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- Iberian hams Serrano. Is it right?
The serrano ham of white pork, not is iberian ham. On Iberian quality not exist "serrano".
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- Commercial ads: Reserve, Premium, Nobility, Superior, Gold,...
Beware of these comercial tags, are only commercial decorations that most of the time all you get is confusing consumers.
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- Fat on Iberian ham
How much fat should have a Iberian ham? Why some have more fat than others? We try to resolve these questions.
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- Iberian ham during pregnancy.
A recent study published in the press in late 2012 said that the Iberian ham can be consumed by pregnant women.
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