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An incredibly satisfying Jewish specialty sausage, the kishke (pron: KISH-kah) is made from beef intestines, stuffed with matzo, onions, and suet.

Using synthetic casings and replacing the suet with pasta, kishke provides for a kosher and vegetarian meal.

research sources include culinary.com, ultimateshabbat.org, and empirekosher.com

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