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Fritz is a lunchmeat made from pork and traditionally enclosed in an orange skin. It is know as 'devon' or luncheon meat in the eastern Australian states and 'polony' in Western Australia - it is up to individual taste whether there is a difference in the taste. Fritz is customarily eaten by the slice when given to waiting children by butchers while their parents buy meat or in a white bread sandwich with plenty of tomato sauce. It can also be fried.

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