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Salumi (sg.: salume) are Italian meat products typical of an antipasto, predominantly made from pork and cured. Salumi also include bresaola, which is made from beef, and some cooked products, such as mortadella and prosciutto.

The word salumi, 'salted meat', derives from the Latin sal, 'salt'.[1]

Examples of salumi include:

See also

The dictionary definition of salumi at Wiktionary


  1. ^ OED sv. salumeria, n.