Sucuk is made by stuffing and fermenting minced meat mixed with special spices into puffed and dried intestines, which can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, by the fire, or while enjoying a barbecue. The flavor of the sucuk is altered by special spice mixtures that differ by manufacturer. In general, manufacturers follow certain processes in order to make high-quality sucuks.
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