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post #41 of 48

Those look great!  How do they taste?

post #42 of 48
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Those look great!  How do they taste?


Well they were gone within 4 days so they musta been good.

 

post #43 of 48
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Well they were gone within 4 days so they musta been good.



4 Days????

You must have been there alone!!!  biggrin.gif

 

 

Bear

post #44 of 48

Hey Bear, ever think that Nepas doesnt like us no more?? We NEVER get to sample is magnificant looking sausages>>>  th_crybaby2.gif

 

RIch

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Hey Bear, ever think that Nepas doesnt like us no more?? We NEVER get to sample is magnificant looking sausages>>>  th_crybaby2.gif

 

RIch


Yup!!!

Now I hear he's going to sneak out of PA soon, probably under the cover of darkness!!

 

 

Bear

 

post #46 of 48
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Well they were gone within 4 days so they musta been good.

 

Would you mind sharing your recipe/process that you use?  I have tried several and looking to learn. I added a few onces of red wine to mine this time.

 

post #47 of 48
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I wasnt going to but i had to.

Made some Landjaeger mix.

 

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Had my casing soaking, mixed the meat and did some late night stuffing for the press.

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A sheet of freezer paper over the links, the top on and now in the fridge for a day or so.

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I'm also curious that you say you put them in the press and off to the fridge. All the ones I have done call for fermenting from 3 to 4 days at 80 degrees.  I pressed mine for 2 days, dried them for a few hours and then back in the press for another 2 days this time...albiet my press is a lot simpler than yours...I may copy your press for my next batch.

 

post #48 of 48
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Putting in the fridge dries and reduces the green weight, thus making it easier to dry them with 70% R/H. If i remember right these took about 2-3 weeks. They should go longer.

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