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article imageIs your palate ready to try Gummy Bear Bratwurst?

By Walter McDaniel     Jul 17, 2014 in Food
Hugo - Gummy Bear Bratwurst is exactly what you think it is; Gummy Bears mixed into sausage. The dish itself incorporates extremely sweet and very savory flavors into each bite.
The unusual blend of gummy bears and meat served at Grundhofer’s Old-Fashioned Meats is a hit with locals. Spencer Grundhofer came up with it after a nearby friend played a practical joke on him. His friend kept sending people over to get the "Gummy Bear Brat" which Grundhofer was not serving. Eventually he gave into pressure and it became a flagship product for his store.
Bratwurst is historically recorded as a German dish and indeed it rose to popularity there first. It spread throughout Europe and immigrants brought it to America. Since then chefs have created their own touches to preparations such as Wisconsin-Style.
The market for traditional meat is still significant according to these figures. As you can see except for in areas with religious restrictions, limited availability and smaller populations meat consumption is prevalent. The United States and Canada unsurprisingly have very high rates as well.
New markets open up every day across the world. New sources such as ostrich meat have proven surprisingly popular in the UK, US, and Canada. Many food critics now argue that there is a gourmet market specifically for what they call "weird food".
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