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The Ketwurst Is Germany’s Strangely Phallic Answer to the Hot Dog

The ketwurst is an East German hot-dog-not-hot-dog made by pushing a bread roll onto a hot spike, toasting the inside, swilling a sausage around in a tray of ketchup, and squeezing the resulting meat mess into the bread hole.
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