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Raw sausage

Recent news

New fat-free sausage

Jan 4, 2008

Munich, Germany - German butcher develops nearly fat-free sausage

Sausage in new exotic flavors

Jan 3, 2008

Berlin - New exotic types of sausage: Flavors ranging from kiwi,  maraschino  cherry, lemon and even aloe vera.


Cervelat, also spelled Zervelat or Servelat (from Latin cerebellum, meaning brain, via Italian cervellata), is a German or Swiss sausage originally made of pork and brain. Brain is no longer included today.

The German variety is a raw sausage made of minced pork, beef and bacon, all seasoned, salted and cold smoked for one day. The Swiss variety, however, is a cooked sausage made of ten parts minced beef, bacon and pork rind, and eight parts ice. It is slightly smoked and then boiled.


This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Cervelat and is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.