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1. Hot dogs are cooked in a casing, or thin skin, to keep their shape.
2. Seattle, Washington, often called Seattle style hot dogs, are known for the liberal use of cream cheese and onions, usually on a grilled toasted bun, often with kraut.
3. Most manufacturers use only high quality meats to assure that their hot dogs are of similar quality.
4. Vienna Beef Hot Dogs are probably the some of the best tasting dogs you will ever experience.
5. Hot dogs are the milder evolution of sausages, but unlike sausages, hot dogs are usually packaged fully cooked.
6. Since hot dogs are meat products, they are an excellent source of nutrients including iron, zinc, niacin, riboflavin, and B vitamins.
7. Once the hot dogs are stuffed, you pre-cook them (you can boil them in water for 15 minutes) and then refrigerate or freeze them.
8. In America alone over 16 billion hot dogs are consumed each year.
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1. According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, hot dogs are made from Specially Selected Meat Trimmings of Beef and/or Pork, mostly from muscle.
2. Highly processed fake vegan hot dogs are a lot less environmentally harmful than highly processed meat.
3. Skinless hot dogs are best saved for infants and the toothless.