Salami Milano

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Salami Milano

Post by cata_rebel » Wed Nov 27, 2019 20:56

Hi
Im sorry if i post in wrong location
I made salami milano for second time ( first time end perfect)
The second time salami didn't dry for months when I cut it was brown on color instead of red/ pink taste bad and smell sour
Any one have idea what I did wrong ??
I have chamber so temperature was controlled I used TXP and I follow the receipt only different is : I used fresh garlic
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Re: Salami Milano

Post by redzed » Thu Nov 28, 2019 06:35

Hello cata and welcome to the forum. What you describe could have been the result of numerous actions. Can you give us the recipe and the process you used?
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Re: Salami Milano

Post by cata_rebel » Fri Nov 29, 2019 22:56

I used the recipe from Stanley Marianski book
And if I remember corect I run out of Dextrose but I add more sugar
Can this be the problem?
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Re: Salami Milano

Post by cata_rebel » Fri Nov 29, 2019 23:04

I used the recipe from Stanley Marianski book
And if I remember corect I run out of Dextrose but I add more sugar
Can this be the problem?
I try to attach picture but is to large
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Re: Salami Milano

Post by redzed » Thu Dec 05, 2019 20:18

Hi cata-rebel,
I was hoping you would given us the exact way that you made this salami. Process is very important and often we have guys who claim that they used a particular recipe and then describe what they did, it deviates a great deal from what was in the recipe. All I can advise you here, with the dearth of information you provided, is that I suspect that you had failed fermentation, contaminated meat, or meat with antibiotics. But then, those are only possible reasons. Read this Bactoferm Manual Vol. 1 especially the section on troubleshooting and you you might be able to come to a more correct conclusion. https://docplayer.net/40814266-Bactofer ... vol-1.html

Don't be discouraged by this one event. It happens occasionally to all of us. And even if we did everything accordingly, we we still can't nail down the exact cause of the problem.
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