Jamon is Spanish for ham. Jambon is French for ham. Prosciutto is an talian dry-cured ham.GoodFellaz wrote: ↑Nov 6th, 2018 2:11 pmSo I did not know the spanish call their prosciutto Jambon. I was watching that spanish dude on TLN who goes around to places in spain and mexico and he was eating some of that prosciutto but the name on the ham leg said Jambon or something like that (you guys on here call it Jambon Ibierico or something like that) so yeah its the same type of ham, but in spain I guess they call it something other than prosciutto. Even here in Canada when I go to the deli, they carry Prosciutto, but not that Jambon stuff. so I guess Prosciutto is the winner here.
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