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HABITUAL WORDS IN THE MANTAZA OF THE PORK
· POTHOOKS: Place arranged to dry native or artificially certain products.
· SALAMI: Stuffed into thin gut, of lean and fat, bad well meat of pork, seasoned of salt, pepper, and other spices and it(he,she) consumes fresh air(fresco).
· TRÉVEDE: round Iron with three legs to support the containers of liquid and to put them to the fire.
· PESTOREJO: Mask of the pork.
· BUTCHER: Person who takes charge killing the pork.
· HANGER: Chain of hanging iron in the cannon of the chimney finished in a hook that serves to hang the cauldron.
· WEDGE: Class of knife of very strong and broad leaf(sheet) used to puncture meat.
· PORK SCRATCHING: Residues of the lard of pork after fried.
YOU CRUMBLE: bad Bread moistened with water and salt and sautéed in very fried oil with something of garlic and paprika. · DUG-OUT: big made Box of wood to knead(amass) the meat of sausages. · OFFAL STEW: Stew done with liver and lung of pork, parsley, nail and salt.

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