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Old 23.09.2010, 21:31
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saucisson (sausage) - need to be cooked?

hi I bought some Saucisson in COOP. I assumed it is cured like Chorizo and doesn't need to be cooked but how can I be sure? it's "Saucisson au marc", in fact this exact one:
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