What if my salami gets slimy or the mold isn't white?

If your salami gets slimy or their is a change in its appearance or smell, it is usually due to improper storage. Salami is a living product and needs to breathe, and when it is suffocated or held at warm temperatures, it can affect its quality. It’s still safe to eat, but we don’t recommend eating it for quality reasons. If you just have a color change and it still smells fine, then your salami is fine and you should enjoy it, preferably with some nice wine.

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