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Charcuterie Making Lonzino Lomo Embuchado with UMAi Dry

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Charcuterie Making Lonzino Lomo Embuchado with UMAi Dry
Charcuterie Making Lonzino Lomo Embuchado with UMAi Dry
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Making LonzinoLomo using UMAi Charcuterie kit and dry curing in a home refrigerator. UMAi Charcuterie kit allows the meat to cure in the safety and constant temperature of a refrigerator and no smells transfer to or from the meat. The dry cured pork tenderloin will loose about 35% of its weight in approximately 4-6 weeks.
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