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Damn near 400 bagged up and ready for the freezer.

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I will just stick with what I told you in Chat LOL 

post #23 of 50

Great job with the HOT DOGS Joel...................icon_eek.gif

 

Joe

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Those came out really nice. I like how they look after two grinds with the smaller plate.

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Those came out great. I must admit I was a little worried about clicking on that link. biggrin.gif

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Now thoses look awesome Joel. I could eat a bunch of thoses now that I'm finely got my steroids down to almost nothing. I can Diet Ya ya ya Yahoo

 

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It looks great i can see it in a bun with mustard drool.gif

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I will just stick with what I told you in Chat LOL 

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Great job with the HOT DOGS Joel...................icon_eek.gif

 

Joe


Thanks Joe!

 



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Those came out really nice. I like how they look after two grinds with the smaller plate.


I do too. It was interesting to watch the color change during the second grind.

 



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Those came out great. I must admit I was a little worried about clicking on that link. biggrin.gif



What? I am a model inmate, err I mean poster. 32.gif



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Now thoses look awesome Joel. I could eat a bunch of thoses now that I'm finely got my steroids down to almost nothing. I can Diet Ya ya ya Yahoo

 


Congrats Mark!

 



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It looks great i can see it in a bun with mustard drool.gif


Don't forget the homemade kraut. biggrin.gif

 

 

post #30 of 50

Those look GREAT!!!!

Tim

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Don't forget the homemade kraut. biggrin.gif

 

 



Yup you right mmmmmaaaam yummy

 

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Hopefully this gets seen.  So.... I'm planning on making ten lbs of these hot dogs.  Took me a bit to find where to buy the phosphates, as it says to definetly use them.  However, how critical is the "sodium erythorbate"?  the recipe calls fro 1/4 tsp for 5 lbs.  Is there a commercial name for this?  is it required?

 

Thanks

post #33 of 50
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If you plan to mix, stuff, and smoke all in one shot, I would recommend it. It is a cure accelerant. You can get it from http://butcher-packer.com

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Outstanding

 

Those cellulose casings are the shiznet.

post #35 of 50

Awesome looking wieners there solar! I bet they do taste amazing!

 

I googled phostphates a while back and didn't find any reason why phosphates would be a "good" addition to home made sausages. Can someone tell me what the benefit is? Thanks!

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Hopefully this gets seen.  So.... I'm planning on making ten lbs of these hot dogs.  Took me a bit to find where to buy the phosphates, as it says to definetly use them.  However, how critical is the "sodium erythorbate"?  the recipe calls fro 1/4 tsp for 5 lbs.  Is there a commercial name for this?  is it required?

 

Thanks


What recipe are you using?

 

Erythorbates are a curing accelerator and speeds up curing process. You can stuff and smoke right away.  Take in consideration that SOME pre mixes already have this added. Be careful with SE as 1oz will do 100 lbs of meat.

 

Also known as Sodium Tri Poly Phosphate and Sodium Phosphate, Brifisol 450 is a food grade phosphate that is used with meat products to help in the retention of moisture and soluble proteins. Sodium Tripolyphosphate is compatible with all curing ingredients such as nitrites, nitrates, sugar, salt and ascorbic acid or its derivative, sodium erythorbate. (Dont confuse this with TSP that can be bought at a hardware store)

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When we were kids I told my brother Sodium Erythorbate was ground up salted earthworms! He won't touch hot dogs!!!!yahoo.gif

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When we were kids I told my brother Sodium Erythorbate was ground up salted earthworms! He won't touch hot dogs!!!!yahoo.gif


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you bad...lol

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Outstanding

Those cellulose casings are the shiznet.

I owe Dan some as well. biggrin.gif

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Awesome looking wieners there solar! I bet they do taste amazing!

I googled phostphates a while back and didn't find any reason why phosphates would be a "good" addition to home made sausages. Can someone tell me what the benefit is? Thanks!

It is a binder to help retain moisture.
post #40 of 50

Most EXCELLENT  !!!
 

 

How did you come by the cellulose casings.  All I can find is to buy them in huge quantity.  I'd like to get a hundred of them or so.  I guess they come in strands so 2-3 of them would do me fine.

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