The French equivalent of salami, saucissons are cured pork sausages. A mixture of lean pork and pork fat, salt, sugar, spices, and sometimes alcohol are combined to give the saucisson its unique flavour, but the different recipes for saucissons from different parts of France vary according to the region. They can be sliced and served cold.
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