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Whitish German sausage made chiefly of veal.
- ‘When he took the ‘Weisswurst’ to the guests, there was some comments, but after tasting the new sausage he was heaped with praise and congratulations.’
- ‘Start by slicing your Weisswurst in half.’
- ‘A nice Weissbeer makes a perfect accompaniment to a Weisswurst, pretzel and mustard.’
- ‘The German Weisswurst, or veal sausage, is a rare delicacy indeed.’
- ‘They make traditional Weisswurst and sausages that are just phenomenal.’
- ‘The Nürnberger is a skinny, short bratwurst, and in Munich and much of Bavaria they eat Weisswurst.’
- ‘Serve with your favorite Weisswurst and Bockwurst.’
- ‘Bockwurst is often called ‘Weisswurst’ (white sausage) because of its pale color before it is browned.’
German, literally ‘white sausage’.
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