Baloney and weiners are both sausages, but they aren't the same. Generally, a weiner is spiced differently, so that it is "snappier", although there are obviously exceptions - Lebanon baloney is far spicer than most Hot Dogs. The blandest hot dogs and the blandest baloney are admittedly pretty similar, but neither is anything you'd want to feed your dog, much less your family.
They are both made with meat but are made to an entirely different recepe
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Spring Rolls, Samosa's, Sausage Rolls , hot dogs, pickled bologna
Beef bologna comes from chicken & pork. It's a seasoned smoked sausage of mixed meats: beef, veal and pork.
hot dogs r made out of all of the remains of pork wrapped in the skin of the pork
Drier's Meat Market sells all kinds of meats including ham, bologna, Canadian bacon, liver sausages, hot dogs, Polish sausage, smoked dog bones, and hard salami.
No, they don't kill dogs for hot dogs, in hot dogs there are sausages, and sausages are pigs. Dogs have nothing to do with hot dogs. ------------------------------- A hot dog is made predominantely from the meat and fat of pigs and/or cows. It's usually about 95%, depending on the manufacturer. The remaining percentage consists of a finely ground mixture of scraps. (It can be anything from bones to tongue to organs, etc.) This also applies to "mystery meats" such as spam, bologna, etc.
Yes, they do but not all of them.
Yes, there are plenty of soy free hot dogs. The best way to ensure you have a soy free product is to buy Kosher ALL BEEF hot dogs.