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Olympia Provisions Saucisson D'Alsace

Olympia Provisions Saucisson DAlsace meats
Olympia Provisions Saucisson D'Alsace
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  • by Olympia Provisions
  • United States

This traditionally French Alsatian pub salami is flavored with clove, nutmeg, allspice, and cinnamon to give it a toasty blend of spice that compliments the pork’s natural richness. While it’s a perfect selection for holiday snacking, this saucisson is a year-round favorite, especially when served with buttery French cheeses like Tentation de Saint Felicien and a glass of wine from the same region like sparkling Cremant.

Pork, pork fat, water, Swiss cheese (pasteurized cows milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes), milk powder, less than 2%: salt, cultured dextrose, dried vinegar, garlic, spices, swiss chard powder, dextrose, natural flavors, lactic acid culture. Hog Casing. Contains Milk.
  • Through our partnership, Olympia Provisions orders will be shipped from an alternate facility outside of Murray’s. You will receive a separate tracking number from Olympia Provisions for your order.
  • Olympia Provisions uses live, active molds in accordance with traditional methods of charcuterie-making, which adds a unique depth of flavor.
  • Immensely flavorful and aromatic, this salami is excellent sliced in a sandwich or served on a charcuterie and cheese board with Ossau Iraty and Rustic Bakery Olive Oil & Sel Gris Flatbread.
  • Established in 2009, Olympia Provisions was Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeria.
  • Founder Elias Cairo, a first-generation Greek-American, grew up around charcuterie—his father would often craft his own meats at home.
  • His upbringing, along with his travels and apprenticeships around Europe, inspired him to start Olympia Provisions, to share these traditional techniques with Americans.
  • The company uses antibiotic-free pork and high-quality ingredients like freshly ground spices.
  • They form their meats with natural casings and allow them to age naturally, without relying on hot-incubation, cooking, or irradiation.

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