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Old 02.06.2015, 16:02
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Delicious calf brain

Is it possible to buy calf's brain in Switzerland? I haven't eat it since it was banished from European market because of mad cow disease, but maybe there could be some use from Swiss euro scepticism.
Probably they know that their cows are smarter than European and they don't get mad, just slightly passive aggressive?
So, has anyone seen a beautiful pink wavy matter at local butcher? Or at least lamb's?
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Old 02.06.2015, 16:09
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Re: Delicious calf brain

I saw some frozen brains once at the Migros , but not for a while since. I would guess asking a butcher to procure some, would be the way to go. There used to be a traditional wurst made with brain, but it went the way of other not very popular sausages.
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