Felvágott is the Hungarian word for "cold cuts " (ham, salami, bacon, sausages, etc) . It lierally means "cut up". There are a large varieties and assorted Felvágottak available in Hungarian food shops and supermarkets much like in other European countries. Prices range depending on quality and brands.

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