Dry Saucisson or dry sausage is made from a hash of one or various meats. It is usually made with pork but there are specialties made with donkey, bull, horse , game, etc. After seasoning, the meat is put into a natural casing or not, and the sausage is dried or steamed. It can be smoked, poached or steamed and then cooled in a broth. Among the best known, you can find the chorizo from Spain and the Lyon rosette salami from Italy, etc. Pregnant women who have never contracted toxoplasmosis and are no immune can not eat sausage, it is uncooked. Generally, it may present a risk of listeriosis. You should not eat any sausage during pregnancy.
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