Consumer Choice: The other CC.
Actually, a good selection of salami is necessary for any afficianado- different types are used for different purposes. A hard salami is good for thin slicing for hor d'ouvres and sandwiches; a softer one for thicker slices to go with cheese and wine. A milder garlicy type to go with accent a fine mustard, a stronger one to not be overpowered by a stinky cheese. Too many choices? Trader Joe's just barely has enough for a true salami fan!
Intimidation, of course, is in the eye of the beholder.
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