Chicken Sausage! (Also turkey/buffalo/lamb if you can find it)

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    raster
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    It is allowed. Try to get some freshly made stuff and nothing that is packaged with preservatives and other junk. Be wary of ones with unusual spices.

    Boil 15 minutes. Grill in frying pan with a little olive oil.

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    I’m not sure what you mean by sausage. Is it a large roll that you slice off… or thinner like frankfurters? Do you get them from the deli section of your supermarket or from your butcher? Sounds like a great lunch option!

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    It is meat packaged in an intestine (I think).

    This is what I am talking about:

    http://steamykitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/chicken-sausage-apple-slaw-recipe-7330.jpg

    #68715

    Lucylu
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    Oh right! That would be a very handy lunch option. But don’t most sausages have a filler or rusk in them? I buy gluten free pork sausage without rusk for my coeliac son (but obviously don’t eat them myself!). Also – I presume the chicken in thes wouldn’t be organic? I’ll take a look and see what I can find.

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    The ones I buy at my store are organic and have various herbs such as garlic, oregano, sage, etc. They are made freshly that day usually.

    The packaged stuff contains poisons such as preservatives so try to get the fresh stuff!

    I have never had sausage with rusk in it as far as I know. You can look at the ingredients before you purchase as well.

    Sausages are called chorizo in spanish speaking countries.

    -Raster

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