Breakfast Sausage With Pics Well since I got up at 6 am I decided to go ahead and jump into the breakfast sausage I had planned and use the new grinder. The grinder is a Cuisin Pro 1800. The sausage turned out very well and I was pleased for the first attempt. The fry test tasted good but a bit mild for our taste. I chilled the sausage down quickly in the freezer and moved to the fridge to ripen a bit. We will do a second fry test this evening before packaging after it ripens. I will adjust the recipe to our liking at that time. The grinder functioned flawlessly and powered through the partially frozen pork as fast as I could feed it with no bog downs on low speed. I never ran it on high speed the whole process. Clean up was simple and I soon learned to use a bottle brush and pipe cleaner for the head and plates. Pics are below. The Assembly Line: Meat prep: The First Grind with coarse plate: Spices mixed in at this point with ice water. The Second Grind with fine plate: The fry test: Overall it went smooth and I learned some basics. Onward to a stuffed casing with the next effort. I will either do an Italian or Andouille next.