Sausage is one of the French’s favorite guilty pleasures. An excellent source of proteins, vitamins and minerals, it goes perfectly with aperitifs and can be used in sandwiches or in a raclette. However, its conservation remains delicate and it is necessary to pay attention to it as much as possible. We reveal to you the best place to keep it.

As an aperitif or on a charcuterie platter, sausage is a must-have that pleases the taste buds of all gourmands. Often imagined in the form of dry sausage, notably its Ardèche version, it nevertheless has several varieties, capable of satisfying gourmets. Whether you choose to taste Corsican figatellu or Lyon sausage, it is nevertheless better to store it well to prevent it from drying out too quickly. It is therefore, first of all, recommended to choose a quality sausage, which can be kept for longer.

To provide the best storage conditions, the sausage must be stored in a dry atmosphere at a constant temperature, between 12 and 18 degrees. Do not hesitate to place it in the refrigerator or hang it in a cool, ventilated place to keep all its flavors. Storage in the vegetable drawer of the refrigerator can also be considered. However, it is better to avoid closed cans, which will ultimately alter its taste, and favor the lower part of the refrigerator. Before consuming it, remember to take it out of the refrigerator and let it sit at room temperature.