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Trade name, said to have been introduced by Sally Everett (née Brening), who began selling them in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1949. Possibly from Krautrunz, an older German name for the bierock, or Low German runsa, "belly", alluding to its rounded shape; compare modern German Ranzen (belly).

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runza (plural runzas)

  1. A yeast dough bread pocket with a filling of beef, pork, cabbage or sauerkraut, onions, and seasonings.

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