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Why is it Called Charcuterie?

Charcuterie is a large category of French meat products. It’s derived from the French words chair, meaning “flesh” or “meat”, and cuit, meaning cooked. A charcuterie board can contain multiple different types of meat including salami, pate and prosciutto, not to mention cheeses.
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