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Old 01.07.2009, 13:55
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"Italian sausage"

I'm hoping someone can steer me in the right direction. I'm looking for either a sweet or spicy version of Italian sausage (a generic name that we use in the USA, not sure if it's used in the UK as well) available here in Switzerland. With so many different types of sausages available I've been at quite a loss and tried many of them only to be disappointed. The closest I've really gotten is Marguez sausage for a spicy Italian substitute.

Has anyone encountered any and if so what name does it go by?
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