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Salami varieties include Genoa, Milano, Abruzzo, Toscano and fennel. Salame is another term used by some salami producers to indicate a higher quality dry-aged Italian sausage. American salami is typically made from fine...

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Leaves can be categorized according to shape, edge, the pattern of the veins, and by the way they are arranged on the stem. Common shapes include: "lanceolate" or spear-shaped; "ovate" or egg-shaped; "acicular" or needle...

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Melons, which are part of the Cucurbitaceae family, come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, colors and flavors. Well-known melon varieties, such as watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew are readily available year-round at l...

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Genoa salami is seasoned with red wine and sometimes peppercorns in addition to the garlic and spices used to flavor hard salami. Hard salami also has a coarser, drier texture. Both salamis are made with pork and beef, t...

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Common varieties of maple trees include the red maple, silver maple, sugar maple and sycamore maple. There are more than 128 species of maple trees, some of which are native to North America, while others are native to A...

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The many types of lemons grown and consumed around the world include Armstrong, Avon, Berna, Eureka, Genoa, Harvey, Lisbon and Meyer. Some types of lemon, such as Meyer, Ponderosa and Rough lemons, grow in the United Sta...

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Some common Italian cold cuts include salami, prosciutto, pancetta and capocollo. Other Italian cold cut meats include finocchiona and salsiccia. Salami is perhaps the most common Italian cold cut and is made up of groun...

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