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|Spanish to English translations [PRO]|
Food & Drink
|Spanish term or phrase: Salchichón suave|
|The product is called "Salchichón Extra" and the description is "Ingredientes: carnes de cerdo, sal, leche en polvo, dextrina, especias, antioxidante (E-316) y conservadores (E-250, E-252)."|
(mmm, sounds wholesome!)
For UK English, would this be best translated a "salami" or "sausage" and would the "suave" be "fine"....?
I'm not much of a foodie myself but I'm sure there are some culinary experts out there who can help...
No puedo asegurarlo al 100% pero creo que yo optaría por este término.
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