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  • Cranberries, a must-have food in your pantry
    Cranberries, a must-have food in your pantry
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    In this blog we are going to learn about the many benefits of organic cranberries, which make them a perfect choice for any balanced diet. Read on to discover why they are a must-have in your pantry.

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  • How many varieties of paella exist?
    How many varieties of paella exist?
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    Today we are talking about another dish, known worldwide: paella. And, together with the tortilla, this dish of Valencian origin is one of the best known of our cuisine. You will have tried it in its many varieties, but today we bring you the best known.

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  • Jaén, the source of the green gold
    Jaén, the source of the green gold
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    Today we will talk about the province of Jaén. You will discover that it may surprise you as one of the perfect places for inland tourism. Within its province you can enjoy natural landscapes, Humane Heritage cities, great cuisine and also history. It is characterized by having a varied geography between Sierra Morena and the Baetic System, inhabited since ancient times by Iberians, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians. Located in the eastern part of Andalusia, it is the place where the...

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  • What is beef dried meat (Cecina) and how many types are there?
    What is beef dried meat (Cecina) and how many types are there?
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    Cecina is a type of dehydrated meat similar to ham of a Spanish origin, but made by curing beef, equine and less frequently goat meat, and even rabbit, donkey, ox or hare meat. In Spain, there are two Protected Geographical Indications of this product: Cecina de León, extracted from the cow and cecina from Vegacervera, extracted from the goat (baby goat). Today we will focus on the cecina de León for being the most popular.

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  • Should we consume acorns?
    Should we consume acorns?
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    The acorn (in Arabic ballūta, holm oak) is a characteristic fruit of the Quercus trees, among which are the holm or the cork oaks, and, in addition, it is a common product in extremadura pastures.

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  • The pasture, the home of the Iberian pig
    The pasture, the home of the Iberian pig
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    We call pasture to the forest in which the holms, oaks, corks, and gall oak coexist. This habitat exists mainly in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, and extends over an area of over 2 million hectares, of which almost half are located in Extremadura. It consists on a specific flora associated with these tree species, and some peculiarities of the land that make it an ideal place for the breeding of the Iberian pig.

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  • How to pair the chorizo, sausage or loin correctly?
    How to pair the chorizo, sausage or loin correctly?
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    We have already talked about how to pair the Iberian ham, and there are certain drinks that will help extol all the nuances of flavor that this delicacy may offer us. Well, today it's the turn for the rest of sausages. If you want to know how to properly combine chorizo, sausage or loin, read on. Let’s start!

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  • Red wine, is it really beneficial for the health?
    Red wine, is it really beneficial for the health?
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    The answer is complicated. It is true that wine can make wonders in your mood and science suggests that it may be beneficial for our heart, your brain and your muscles, and even have properties that help you fight against cancer. We are not doctors but we know you are interested, so we have compiled a few interesting studies about wine for you to evaluate for yourself.

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  • The best gift for mother’s day, It’s a Spanish ham!
    The best gift for mother’s day, It’s a Spanish ham!
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    Still looking for the perfect gift for Mother’s day? Don’t worry, we have great ideas for a tasteful and thoughtful surprise. This year give your mother a gift she won’t forget because Jamonarium has the best selection of hams and gourmet products with delicious products.

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  • What are the typical Carnival plates in Spain?
    What are the typical Carnival plates in Spain?
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    Today, the carnival is mainly associated with the fun of the kids in the house. At this time, painted faces with their fun outfits are very common. However, we have an infinity of typical products during these dates in Spain. Meat products take on a special role and that is why we can find many dishes with it.

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  • Ventresca and Herpac bluefin tuna, a luxury
    Ventresca and Herpac bluefin tuna, a luxury
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    Today, we are going to talk about a canning factory that was born 35 years ago, on the initiative of some brothers who decided to get into the small fish market. We talk about Conservas Herpac.   A canning company whose quality led them to a huge success, and thanks to which they have managed to obtain the PGI “Mojama de Barbate”. They are known because their factory receives thousands of people interested in tuna fishing every year. Otherwise, that has not made them lose their humility and...

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  • Wine to go with Iberian Ham
    Wine to go with Iberian Ham
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    Ham is a product that we can enjoy without anything else. Its flavor is so authentic and pleasant satisfies it. It is perfectly combinable with the drink that you prefer, but there are some combinations that will help us sublimate the nuances of its flavor, such as a good wine. Today, we bring you different suggestions to differentiate between two types of pairing, accompaniment and contrast pairing.

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  • Bellota ham is obtained from a pig that has only eaten acorns, true or false
    Bellota ham is obtained from a pig that has only eaten acorns, true or false
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    We have always thought that acorn hams come from Iberian pigs that have been fed only with acorns, but we must know that this is something materially impossible.

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  • How to sharp a ham knife?
    How to sharp a ham knife?
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    To slice a ham, you must have a good ham knife on hand that is sharpen and ready to make the cut easy. If you have never had the opportunity to sharp one, today we explain the steps to follow, so you can do it at home. You will need a sharpening steel, which will be the element you will use to carry it out. The sharpening steel is a kind of knife of the same dimensions as the ham holder, which instead of having the sharp blade, has a rounded rod to sharpen.

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  • Club Jamonarium, the private gourmet club
    Club Jamonarium, the private gourmet club
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    Club Jamonarium is the new gourmet and Iberian products club created by Jamonarium. By joining Club Jamonarium, you can receive promotions and exclusive benefits only for club members. We will send you a maximum of one or two emails per month and you can cancel your subscription at any time. We have been experts in Iberian Bellota ham, pata negra and serrano for over 40 years. We are lovers of good gastronomy and we want to share our products and our findings with our clients. Belonging to...

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  • Does the ham and the sausages get fat?
    Does the ham and the sausages get fat?
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    Like everything, if consumed without moderation, the answer is they may have unfavorable effects on our weight and other repercussions for the body. The reason is its high fat, sodium and calcium content which will make it easier for us to retain fluids and become swollen. In addition, they will increase our blood pressure, damaging our blood vessels and consequently, our brain, heart, liver and eyes.

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  • Black pork sobrasada, a delicacy that you can find in Mallorca
    Black pork sobrasada, a delicacy that you can find in Mallorca
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    Behind this exquisiteness there are many years of history. It is said that sobrasada was already prepared in Mallorca in the 15th century, although the characteristic orange color would arrive in the 18th century. Which ingredients make it special? Pork meat (which must be of Balearic origin so that it can be called Sobrasada de Mallorca), lard, salt, paprika and pepper. In Mallorca two types of sobrasada are known. One is prepared with meat from the white pig, which is called “Sobrasada de...

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  • Mobile World Congress of Barcelona in Jamonarium
    Mobile World Congress of Barcelona in Jamonarium
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    The Mobile World Congress, one of the most important congress about mobile technology in the world, arrives in Barcelona one year more. Do not miss the opportunity to try and buy our Iberian and serrano hams and shoulders during the MWC. Do not forget to visit our shop in Barcelona city center and in the Gràcia neighborhood, very close to the Sagrada Familia. We offer several services and advice, so you can buy the best Iberico Bellota Pata Negra ham, ideal to give as present to a client or...

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  • What is Montanera? Acorns and fattening
    What is Montanera? Acorns and fattening
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    Today we want to talk about the last fattening period of Iberian pigs, famous as "Montanera".Montanera is very important to obtain an ibérico bellota high quality ham. However, it may be difficult to define it with accuracy.

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  • Mangalica pic, the sheep pig
    Mangalica pic, the sheep pig
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    The mangalica pig may be one of the most popular pigs nowadays. Its atypical aesthetics has led it to be subject of debate throughout the internet, even been believed that it was a photomontage. Maybe you don’t know it by its real name but the term "sheep pig" is much more familiar.

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