Wild boar chorizo, is a variety of sausages typical of the gastronomy of The Siberia. They are made from the past for their contribution to the labriega diet and the kinetic ribs of the area.
In all the villages of Siberia it was typical of the last century “throw some piglets” for breeding in order to have meat and sausages for the following year. A clear concept of self-consumption that simply and economically complemented the variety of foods to be consumed in each home.
Hunting, as a means of subsistence and not as a sport, was a common practice in all villages to obtain meat for self-consumption. In addition, they protected crops from the devastating effect of wild boars and deer (deer) on cereal plantings. Harvests already reduced, raised in mini-deer, to obtain cereal and straw as food of cavalry. These were made up of asses, mules and, to a lesser extent, horses. They were used to support family farming.
Therefore, we incorporate to our pantry this typical product of the gastronomy of La Siberia, for knowledge and enjoyment of the traditional, the usual, of food with history.
The wild boar chorizo made by Jose Manuel is a friendly product, which knows how to mature the meat of wild boar to reduce its characteristic flavor and texture. Ideal to take as an aperitif, as a snack or just to peck with friends.
Given the artisanal process with which these sausages are made, the average weight of each piece is estimated at 800 gr, and may vary slightly in each piece.