What kind of sausages do you have in your country?

@thelme55 (11962)
Germany
November 14, 2017 6:31pm CST
Bratwurst is a German sausage. Bratwurst literally means fried sausage. It is made of pork. Well, we have sausages made of beef of course but I do not like it. I have no idea how many kinds of sausages we have in Germany. Those I know besides Bratwurst are Nürnberger, Weißwurst and Thüringer. Well, these are sausages I love most and mostly eaten in my German Pinay home. Have you tried eating German sausage? I know that some of these sausages can be bought in Aldi shops in England and Ireland because I have bought some there when we were traveling and living in Ireland a few years ago. What kind of sausages do you have in your country? What is the name? Thanks for dropping bye. Gute Nacht / Good night! P.S. My Bratwurst photo doesn't show up.
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@Corbin5 (82066)
• United States
15 Nov
I think there are a wide variety of sausages available in grocery stores in the US. I do not eat meat or fish but my husband will bring home sausages at times.
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
16 Nov
Do you only eat vegetables @Corbin5? You are living healthy.
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@Corbin5 (82066)
• United States
16 Nov
@thelme55 I do eat a lot of vegetables, fruits, and nuts.
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
20 Nov
@Corbin5 that is good. You keep yourself healthy.
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@snowy22315 (34426)
• United States
15 Nov
We have German and Polish, as well as Italian sausages. Chicken and pork sausages too!
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
16 Nov
Wow! You have a lot of variationstalls there @snowy22315. Polish and Italian sausages are delicious, too.
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@snowy22315 (34426)
• United States
16 Nov
@thelme55 Yeah, chicken, beef, summer sausage we have quite a few.
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@JustBhem (22694)
• Davao, Philippines
15 Nov
My Brother cook that one time ago, it came from the package we have from Germany. It's very hard to eat. I wonder why.
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
16 Nov
Very hard to eat @JustBhem? Maybe it was not the fresh sausage for frying but a smoked sausage to put on your bread. Well, you can fry smoked sausage, too.
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@JustBhem (22694)
• Davao, Philippines
16 Nov
@thelme55 I wonder why they are so hard when fry.
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
20 Nov
@JustBhem maybe it should have not been fried. What was the name of the sausage?
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@andriaperry (33336)
• Anniston, Alabama
15 Nov
Turkey, chicken, pork and beef. Smoked, cooked and uncooked. We have ground made like a hamburger patty. We have super seasoned and plain. Hot or mild. AND we have fake sausage made with soy but tste just like sausage made with an animal. People love their sausage in USA.
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
16 Nov
Just like what we have here @andriaperry. Smoked, cooked or uncooked. I don't know if we have a fake sausage here.
@miketagz (1329)
• Philippines
15 Nov
I really love sausages, similar as Longanisa. Its good for breakfast and lunch.
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@kobesbuddy (19664)
• East Tawas, Michigan
15 Nov
Bratwurst is one of our favorites. But my husband prefers the raw, ground breakfast sausage, that's made into patties and fried. Polish and Italian sausage are very common here.
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@Kandae11 (27233)
15 Nov
I know of sausages made from chicken - suitable for those who try to avoid pork products.
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@sallypup (22047)
• Moses Lake, Washington
15 Nov
I love potato sausage but can't find it made anywhere. There's a butcher shop not too far from my house that makes their own sausages. Bockwurst sausage is tasty. The butcher shop puts jalepeno peppers in one of their sausages. They also put cheddar cheese in another sausage. When I was a kid my Mom bought a bologny ring but I've not seen that since.
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@dgobucks226 (6843)
15 Nov
We have brats in the U.S. When I buy sausages I get a brand called Premio Italian sausage. Very good no fillers!
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
16 Nov
That is great @dgobucks. Are the sausages Italian?
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17 Nov
@thelme55 Yes, a very popular brand in America Thelma. Although a bit pricy, I usually wait for them to be on sale before purchasing. I put them in a crock pot with potatoes and carrots until everything just melts in your mouth. A great stew to enjoy when the weather turns cold
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
20 Nov
@dgobucks226 hmmmm.....that sounds delicious
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@kepweng (6407)
22 Nov
nice can you put a margarine or butter?? instead of cooking or olive oil??
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@thelme55 (11962)
• Germany
22 Nov
Yes, of course you can @kepweng. You can also fry this with coconut oil.
@EddieHands (33086)
• United States
15 Nov
We have very tasty and spicy ones here! I love eating them
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@YrNemo (8744)
15 Nov
I have no clue what they are. We just bought them (different variety) and cooked for dinner. Some were beef, some were pork, some spicy, some not... I will try to remember their name next time I go to the deli sections.
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@ladymug (35)
15 Nov
Your sausage looks tasty. In our country we also have a variety of sausages. It is called longanisa. I love the Ilocos recipe of longanisa, it's really flavorful and garlicky, I always crave for more.
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@JudyEv (101131)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Nov
We have all sorts of sausages here - chicken and cheese, pork, beef - but none seem to taste as good as the ones I had when I was a child.
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@sol_cee (13683)
• Japan
15 Nov
I miss our very own longganisa wrapped in intestine skins. Yummy! ;)
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@LadyDuck (122436)
• Switzerland
15 Nov
We have the same that you have here in Switzerland but also the Italian sausages here in the south. Among them, the luganiga, the Lombard "verzini" and the cotechino. There are many, many more.
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@ridingbet (38080)
• Philippines
15 Nov
hmmm, i have not yet tasted one sausage that you mentioned.
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@youless (87159)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Nov
Yes, here we have many kinds of sausages. And the flavor and taste are quite different from everywhere in my country. But most of our sausages are dried and therefore they can be stored for a longer time. We especially like to have it in cold winter.
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@TRBRocks420 (62386)
• Banks, Oregon
15 Nov
We have many different kinds here too and, love Bratwurst.
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@Raine38 (9050)
• United States
15 Nov
Yes, I have and like brats, but my favorite is probably summer sausage and my fiancé's homemade turkey sausage.
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