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Ham

Iberian ham is a traditional Spanish product, product quality is defined primarily by the type of processing and by origin. Broadly speaking there are two types of hams according to the breed of pig from which it comes, whether Iberian pig ("Iberian ham") or some variety of white pig ("ham" or "cured ham").

Iberian ham have different Designation...

Iberian ham is a traditional Spanish product, product quality is defined primarily by the type of processing and by origin. Broadly speaking there are two types of hams according to the breed of pig from which it comes, whether Iberian pig ("Iberian ham") or some variety of white pig ("ham" or "cured ham").

Iberian ham have different Designation of origin recognized: OD Guijuelo Ham, OD Jamón de Huelva or pony, O.D..P. Pedroche and OD Dehesa de Extremadura. Iberian ham differs from the rest from the rest by its texture, aroma and unique and different flavor, although the flavor varies with the amount of acorns the pig has eaten and exercise which made the pig.

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Ham There are 9 products.

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  • Cereal iberico ham

    Iberian Ham Recebo, the pig grows in Dehesa, receives a herbal food and feed (cereals and legumes), and the acorn eating fattening period, but after the fattening does not reach the optimal weight and requires a contribution supplementary feed to achieve it.

  • Acorn iberico ham

    Iberian ham is one kind of ham from the Iberian pig, considered as an article of haute cuisine and gastronomic luxury.

    The pig must have at least 50% purity of the breed to be called "Iberian ham" Iberian hams in its quality depend on the purity of the breed of pig, free breeding of the Iberian pig, in wooded pastures which can be moved widely and physical exercise, food that follow the animal during the period of fattening, and the curing process of the ham, which is usually between 8 and 36 months, depending on the larger the size of the workpiece and greater ingested amount of acorns the pig.

  • Acorn iberico ham OD.

    Cured Iberian Acorn Ham is produced from pork grows in Dehesa, receives a herbal food and feed (cereals and legumes), and the fattening period (a 2, 3 or up to 4 months between November and March ) feeds on acorns and grass, reaching optimal weight.

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