Saucisson should be well tolerated by most individuals with IBS.
Unusual servings (in excess of 14 oz/400 grams) contain high amounts of Fructans and intake should be avoided.
Saucisson or saucisson sec is a family of thick, dry-cured sausages in French cuisine. Typically made of pork, or a mixture of pork and other meats, saucisson are a type of charcuterie similar to salami or summer sausage.
Saucisson comes from the Latin salsus meaning salted. It is sometimes called saucisse sèche. There are saucisson recipes dating from Roman times, and Gaulish recipes for dried pork.