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Im getting ready to make some fresh polish using Legg's Fresh Polish Kielbassa Seasoning.  Im only doing 7lbs right now.  It doesnt say on the bag and I cant find it out their website so my question is, How much seasoning do I mix in for 7lbs of meat?  On the bad it says it will do 25lbs.  Says its an 11 oz bag.  Thanks very much guys.

post #2 of 8

it will take  0.44 oz per lb of meat  multiply that by 7 = 3.08 oz of seasoning for 7lb of meat

 

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HandCannon, evening......  This should help you out.....  Take pictures of your project for all to see..... We love pictures....  Be sure to mix the bag, very well, before dividing it up......   Dave

 

7# meat / 25# recipe x 11 oz spice bag/25# meat = 3.08 oz spices / 7# meat

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Originally Posted by lkrus View Post

it will take  0.44 oz per lb of meat  multiply that by 7 = 3.08 oz of seasoning for 7lb of meat

 



If I have it figured right, 3 oz figures out to be 6 tablespoons, Correct?

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If I have it figured right, 3 oz figures out to be 6 tablespoons, Correct?



Not necessarily. 3 oz is a weight not a volume. A tablespoon of feathers doesn't equal a tablespoon of lead. You'll need a small scale to weigh it out. If you don't have one run down to wal-mart or equivalent and grab one. Oh, WELCOME to SMF!

post #6 of 8

When i do a 5 lbs batch i use 6 Tbs. Taste and if needed add 1 more Tbs.

post #7 of 8
To do it without a scale, dump the whole bag in a measuring cup and see how much you have in volume, then use the appropriate amount for your 7 pounds, which would be about 28% of the total mix.

For example, lets say it measured 25 dry ounces X .28 = 7 oz of mix for your 7 pounds.

Hope this helps and doesn't confuse anyone.
post #8 of 8

I think I would put a scale on your wish list. They are invaluable for this kind of thing.

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