Handsliced 75 % Iberian Ham 100 gr.

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This ham from Blackfoot pigs, 75% iberian breed, is an excellent quality product. Our pigs graze free range on the dehesa, with access to the acorns . A less expensive product with slightly milder taste compared to the 100% Bellota, but with the exercise, grazing and first class feed it has the taste and the advantages of the famous hams from Sierra de Huelva. 

Delivery time:
Norway, 5-15 days as goods may be delayed in customs even though tax-free.
Spain, 3-5 days, if urgent delivery is not selected.
EU elsewhere, 4-8 days.

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13,00 €

tax excl.

Nutritional values per 100 grams.
Energy 302 kcal
Fat 20 g
Omega-9 12 g
Protein 32 grs
Carbohydrate 0,10 grs
Sugar 0,10 g
Salt 2,00 grs
Colesterol 0 mg

 

Vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 and several minerals like

potassium, iron, iodo, zinc, calcium and magnesium.

Residual levels of conservants E-250, E-252, antioxidants

E-300, E-301, all inoffensive ascorbic acids, vitamin C.

Q: How much ham do I need?

A: The Iberian ham is high-energy food, 375 kcal per 100 g and almost 50% proteins. In comparison beef has 110 kcal and 22 % protein. This means you do not need too many grams per person at the table. Obviously this is very individual, but we will suggest as an appetizer with maybe cheese or olives 15-25 g should be fine. As an important part of a tapas-meal 40-60 g will normally be enough.

                                                       

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Q: How much ham do I need?

A: The Iberian ham is high-energy food, 375 kcal per 100 g and almost 50% proteins. In comparison beef has 110 kcal and 22 % protein. This means you do not need too many grams per person at the table. Obviously this is very individual, but we will suggest as an appetizer with maybe cheese or olives 15-25 g should be fine. As an important part of a tapas-meal 40-60 g will normally be enough.

                                                       

Yellow fat….

Durability…

Conservation

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