Not a sausage in sight at Germany’s new Bratwurst Museum

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The Nuremberg bratwurst might be Germany’s smallest bratwurst, but it’s known far beyond the country’s borders, and is eaten in America and Asia. Alongside the southern German city’s famous winter market, its gingerbread and the art of Albrecht Duerer, the sausage is Nuremberg’s tourist flagship. High time this piece of culinary heritage had its own museum. But you’re mistaken if you think you’ll find a real bratwurst to enjoy at the city’s new museum of sausage history, and perhaps the weirdest thing about Nuremberg’s latest tourist attraction is that you can’t eat any bratwurst there. Unlike…

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