Frequently Asked Questions



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Are your products gluten free?

Yes.

Are your products free of MSG?

Yes.

Where can the public find your products besides your deli at the Pike Place Market?

Metropolitan Markets, QFCs, Leavenworth, military commissaries, Hess Bakery & Deli in Lakewood, Liebchen Delicatessen in Bellevue, Fischer Meats in Issaquah, and many more mom-and-pop delis in the Puget Sound area.

How do retail customers get orders shipped?

Our store/deli in the Pike Place Market can ship via USPS or UPS.

Is Bockwurst a fully cooked sausage?

Yes. It is not a smoked sausage, so the whitish color is the reaction the pork and veal have after fully cooking in our kettles. Hence the name “Weisswurst” (white sausage). Heating at a low rolling boil or steaming are the best methods for warming up this sausage. Poke a few holes in the casing before heating. It is very delicate, so it does not need an aggressive heating method. In addition, since it is not a smoked sausage, the casing tends to be chewy. It can easily be peeled off by slicing into the sausage lengthwise completely with just the tip of a knife and peeling in the direction that peels the easiest. You will know when you try!

What is the best way to store Landjaeger?

Are your sausages fully cooked and ready to heat and eat?

Most of them are. The exceptions are Bratwurst, Berliner Bratwurst, Pork Links (breakfast sausage), Neurenberger, Potato Sausage, and Chicken Apple Links. Please click on the item you are interested in on our products page for full instructions.