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Humane, sustainable charcuterie?


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Humane, sustainable charcuterie?

Lady_Tenar | Feb 21, 2011 02:42 PM

Hey all. I'm a Camberville resident who's been making a commitment to being mostly-vegetarian (flexitarian) and to avoiding the factory farm system for the meat I do eat. I've found some great local, humane, and sustainable sources for fresh meat--pork chops, stew beef etc. But I have an incredible weakness for charcuterie--salami, ham, you name it. It's the ultimate special treat for me. For now, I pretty much stick to getting imported stuff, since a lot of other countries have much better managed agriculture than America and since I don't eat it that often, I can afford it when I do. But does anyone know of any artisan-y places that sell locally produced stuff using humanely and sustainably farmed meat? T-accessible, preferably.

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