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    Tee Wurst or Mettwurst?

    I used to buy Tee wurst from the butcher, now it is called mettwurst and it taste the same. What is the difference?

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    I think the one is finer than the other, i.e. less chunky. I think Teewurst is the finer one. Next time have a look, I'm sure thats the only difference.

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