Leberkas,Leberka (German)

meats, salt, pepper, iced water, bacon, onions, marjoram

The name "Leberkase" literally translates to "liver-cheese" but developed by folk etymology from an archaic form of the word Laib ("loaf") and Käse ("cheese") (cf. English "head cheese"); not all products bearing the name necessarily contain liver or cheese, let alone both: According to German food laws, only products called "Bavarian Leberkase" are allowed not to contain liver; otherwise, there must be a minimum liver content.Some local variants must contain even more liver; for example, the liver content of "Stuttgarter …

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