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Jaternice Sausage  
A pork sausage common in Czechoslovakia that is made in the manner of traditional meats produced from this country. Also referred to as white jets, liver sausage or ring pudding sausage, a Jaternice Sausage is typically made from pork liver, pork snouts and/or jowls that are ground together with spices and cereal. White or wild rice may be added in addition to cereal as a filler and flavoring. Jaternice Sausage is a popular food with Bohemians which is often prepared for a dinner item that may be accompanied with sauerkraut or potatoes and various vegetables.