Black pudding spread - Abbey of Notre Dame de la Grace
  • Black pudding spread - Abbey of Notre Dame de la Grace

Black pudding spread - Abbey of Notre Dame de la Grace

€5.60

(€31.11 / Kilo)

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From the Abbey of Notre Dame de la Grâce (50)

The black pudding spread at Notre-Dame de Grâce Abbey in Bricquebec, in Normandy, is a marvel! Handcrafted in workshops close to the abbey, it is made of pig meat raised outdoors, and fed a 100% vegetable diet. Discover rustic aromas of blood sausage on the palate, enhanced by fine hints of salt and onions. This black pudding spread is therefore the perfect companion for your aperitifs! It's even better on toast or nut bread with baked apples!

To be enjoyed on a hot or cold sofa accompanied by a compote

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Black pudding spread
Supplier: Charcuteries de laTrappe - Abbey of Notre Dame de la Grace - Briquebec

Ingredients: Blood, pork fat and rind 71%, onion, cow's milk, lactose (milk protein), Guérande salt, pepper, spices and aromatics


Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy (kJ) / (kcal): 1481/358
Fat (g): 33.8
of which saturated fatty acids (g): 15.2
Carbohydrates (g): 2.4
of which sugars (g): 0.5
Proteins (g): 11.1
Salt (g): 1.2

Net Weight: 180g



Made in France

No coloring or preservative.

Origin of pork meat: France.


Since 1960 the brothers of the abbey of Bricquebec have developed the breeding of pigs to survive. Going from a small herd of 10 sows to 50 and soon 200!

The breeding is developed in the open air. Thirty years later the profound changes in agriculture lead the brothers to think of transforming their pigs themselves to give them added value. Thus was born "La charcuterie de la Trappe" and a few years later "Le cochon du Père Marc", a registered trademark, which guarantees certified pork for the charcuterie.

So Father Marc's breeding continues on its way!

MBOUDIN

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