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Sydney Seriously Stepped Up Its Sausage Sizzle Game This Election

Traditional sausage sizzle lovers avert your eyes.

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To many Australians, there's only one correct way to make a sausage sizzle, and it involves white bread, a diagonal sausage, tomato sauce, and grilled onions.

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Tbh it's a pretty foolproof method.

But this year, Sydney decided to get a little ~innovative~ with their democracy sausages, serving up some very inventive items at polling places across the city.

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Some added a little something special, like this lemon and tomato chutney.

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And this rocket and chilli jam combo.

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Other Sydney sausage spots seriously turned their menus up a notch, and did way more than add some bonus condiments.

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Like this one that showed up in Erskineville.

Look at this pork shoulder bratwurst, which was being served with choucroute, mustard, and dill in Newtown.

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And this sausage that was expertly placed on a bed of cabbage and mint.

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Seriously, polling places went ALL OUT this year.

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There were even options for haloumi-loving vegetarians.

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And vegan sausages for those who still had intense snag cravings that needed to be satisfied.

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And it's a great thing, because sausage sizzles are meant to be for everyone.

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Especially when lining up to vote.

You've absolutely bloody nailed it, Sydney.

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Even if you do serve up "sultana-based" sauce.

Of course, there's still no denying that the traditional sausage sandwich will always remain superior.

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Because, after all, if you didn't have a democracy sausage, was it really even election day?

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