Democracy sausage might have started in the 1980s or the 2010s depending on what counts as democracy sausage. When Australians hold an election, everyone must come to the voting place. People are not allowed to stay home. Australians started showing up to voting places with grills and cooking sausage for the voters to buy and eat. They put the sausage in a piece of bread.
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- Hilary Whiteman (May 18, 2019). "In Australia, sausages have become a symbol of election day. Here's why". CNN. Retrieved May 12, 2021.