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Old 05-11-2004, 06:13 AM   #11
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Regional availabilty would certainly dictate ingredients. Remember, our immigrant ancestors did not have the "Super-Mega Grocery Mart" and had to either grow it themselves or buy it. And spices were dear! So, most sausage recipes at the common working person level, were very simply seasoned. As an example, a good friend of mine is second generatiuon Polish. His Grandfather was noted in his community as a good sausage maker (Kielbasa= Polish for Sausage) and his recipe only contains garlic, salt and black pepper.

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