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Unread 01-07-2014, 03:46 PM   #16
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I was curious how well the stuffer worked. It's a really inexpensive upgrade to the grinder, which I use all the time. I don't think I'd use it enough to warrant a dedicated stuffer. Where did you get your casings?
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I'll bet you learned something else too: homemade sausage is far superior to store bought!

Looks very good, and yes, I see a dedicated stuffer in your future! After a couple batches with the KA I got a 5# vertical stuffer and never looked back.

Nice work and congrats!
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Looks like a great batch!

I'm with gtr, there is certainly a stuffer in your future. You won't believe how much easier it is with a dedicated stuffer. Just got one a few weeks ago and I love it.
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Looks great. I been wanting to make chorizo. I started with that setup. I still use the KA grinder but upgraded to the Dakotah stuffer.

If your interested I can send you a bag of Keilbasa seasoning. I bought four bags from someone but its way to much for me.

At first I didn't like the Keilbasa but since I started grilling it I like it much better. I tried frst two times in the crockpot, they taste much better off the grill.
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I'm awaiting a grinder, those look really good.
There's something awfully familiar about the second pic but I can't put my finger on it...
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Very cool. Ive been wanting to do this as well. I believe you just sent me over the edge.
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Your sausages look like they are pretty tasty. After looking at your first picture, it looks like you might have the wrong size plate on for your grinder or the meat is just too moist when you are grinding it. It will stuff much better if it is less moist and make sure you have no knife in there when you go to stuff it. That should help out a little. But, the best advise I can get is to get a dedicated stuffer and a dedicated grinder if you are going to be doing this on a regular basis. It will go much smoother for you. Making your own sausage is a great thing to know how to do. Welcome to the club!

It should look more like this texture:
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Your sausages look like they are pretty tasty. After looking at your first picture, it looks like you might have the wrong size plate on for your grinder or the meat is just too moist when you are grinding it. It will stuff much better if it is less moist and make sure you have no knife in there when you go to stuff it. That should help out a little. But, the best advise I can get is to get a dedicated stuffer and a dedicated grinder if you are going to be doing this on a regular basis. It will go much smoother for you. Making your own sausage is a great thing to know how to do. Welcome to the club!

It should look more like this texture:
The meat wasn't cold enough so the fat was gumming it up. I can't remember the technical term but as a first time it went well.
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I was curious how well the stuffer worked. It's a really inexpensive upgrade to the grinder, which I use all the time. I don't think I'd use it enough to warrant a dedicated stuffer. Where did you get your casings?
I picked them up at bass pro. They are the collegen ones. I want to try the hog casings but didn't want to take the time to wash them ect.
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I'm awaiting a grinder, those look really good.
There's something awfully familiar about the second pic but I can't put my finger on it...
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A dedicated stuffer is definitely in the future but this will work for now.
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Looks awful good to me, would love a few links
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Sausage looks great!
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