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Sausage Tailgate for Veggie and Meat Heads

blackbookali | Feb 19, 201411:55 AM     4

Planning an office parking lot tailgate as an appetizer to office dive bar crawl and am tasked with coming up with mouth watering sausage options for meat heads(like myself) and my skinny vegetarian counter parts. We are a stone's throw from Continental Sausage in Glendale and will most likely be getting something meaty from them(please feel free to suggest must have wursts, are they all precooked?) but I am wondering where and what to get to satisfy the veg heads. Research on the board seems to point towards Trader Joe's vegetarian Italian Sausage and Field Roast's line, but wanted to throw the query out in case a local option should surface.

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