In this episode, I’m talking about how you can make charcuterie at home with Rey Tagle. I came across Rey via Instagram where it came up via my #charcuterie hashtag feed. Rey’s images are impressive, and he covers all bases where charcuterie is concerned.
I strongly encourage you to seek out his home.charcuterie feed and follow it. The photos Rey posts of his charcuterie projects are stunning, and his post descriptions never cease to leave me feeling better educated about his processes and protein sourcing methodology. If you love to learn, you’ll love Rey’s feed.
One of the things I really appreciate about Rey is that he believes you should source meat from small family farms whenever possible. While this may not be possible for everyone, contacting and getting meat from small-scale producers is becoming more feasible.
If you want to learn more about how to cure meats at home, head over to Rey’s website and grab his 62-page e-book, Home Charcuterie Master: A Beginner’s Guide to Home Curing.
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