You’ve probably heard of Ibérico de Cebo or Iberian Iberian ham (jamón ibérico) is a culinary tradition in Spa... More but what is Jamón Ibérico de Cebo? For it is the one obtained from the authentic pigs of our peninsula fed on Cebo means feed in Spanish. In the dictionary we find two me.... In Enrique Tomás we know, above all, about Iberian cuisine, so we will explain in detail what is special about this type of pieces and the reason why they are called this way. You’ll be surprised!
The first thing to keep in mind is that Jamón Ibérico is only that which is obtained from the hind legs of authentic pigs of The Iberian pig is a breed of pig originating from the Iberi... More of our peninsula with the ability to infiltrate The bacon of the ham/jamón is the layer of fat that covers ... More into the muscle, a genetic condition that has no other animal in the world.
The Jamón obtained from these pigs can be classified into three types according to their diet: Ibérico de Bellota, Ibérico de Cebo de Campo and Ibérico de Cebo. Let’s explain what is each one of them :
It is all that is obtained from The Iberian pig is an animal of the porcine breed, the name ... that have been fed in the meadows with acorns and other natural products. Thanks to the exercise they do in the The Iberian Pastureland is a type of ecosystem made up of ho..., the diet based on acorns and their unique ability to infiltrate fat into the muscle, the result obtained is a very oily Jamón with many aromas.
It is the one produced thanks to the meat of pigs fed with natural pastures, herbs and fodder, previously known as “recebo”. These pigs have NOT eaten acorns, although it should be noted that if the Jamón is a Spanish traditional cured meat made from the hin... More of acorns has been very abundant, may have eaten some during the Montanera.
This delicacy is the one produced with pigs “fattened” with Iberian pig feed should be of high quality and consist of a ... More, hence its name “cebo-feed”. They haven’t eaten acorns, nor have they made the The Montanera Season is a period in which pigs are free in t....
Depending on how the pigs are fed, the price of their meat will be one or the other, since it does not cost as much to raise them in the pastureland, where they have to be moved, as it does on farms. The Jamón Bellota- Acorn is therefore more expensive than Jamón Ibérico de Cebo but this does not mean that it is better, it just means that it is more juicy and has cost more effort to produce it.
In addition to this factor, there are three other factors that determine the price of meat:
There is also another aspect to consider when selling them and that is the offer. In Spain, around 2.8 million pieces of acorn-fed Iberian pigs are produced each year, half of which are Ham is one of the star products of the Spanish gastronomy, a... and the other half ham shoulders. Can the offer be higher? No, because the activity of the pastures is controlled and the number of trees is what it is, thus the number of pigs fed with their fruits cannot grow much more. On the other hand, it is not the same for Jamón de Cebo o Jamón de campo, which can be marketed as many as pigs there are on farms.
Could you explain now what is Jamón Ibérico de Cebo? Our intention is that, to introduce you to the culture of Jamón so we hope to have helped you get to know a little bit about this exquisite delicacy.
In conclusion, and bearing in mind that you already know all the theory, nothing better than to start with the practice, so encourage yourself to try the best Jamón Ibérico with any of our products.
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