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post #21 of 32
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Originally Posted by Charlie Tango View Post
 

I called as soon as I saw the add. No dice. Don't blame them, they have a business to run. I used up all my good luck already I guess, ha ha ha.

Thanks Tropics.

 

I just looked it up on they're site & you're right----They changed their ways.

I guess they were losing too much money by being nice to customers.

No more Mr Nice Guy----Logging that into my memory banks for future reference!!!!

 

 

Bear

post #22 of 32
Cabelas manual mixer is on sale this week.You'll probly get free shipping.
post #23 of 32

I've been mixing by hand for years and I've been looking for a meat mixer as well.  Just for the heck of it I'm going to buy me this German Redneck meat mixer to try out for my next batch [lot cheaper].  But it may be one of those " you get what you pay for deals".  It's a attachment to a power drill for mixing paint and mud for walls.  Here is one example.  For under $20 it's worth a try.  I'll let everyone know how it works out.  They are stainless steel and about 24 inches long.  Goes for $14.  I would think it would work, if not I can mix my brines with it LOL and then buy a mixer.

.  Reinhard

post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by jimgrelli View Post

Cabelas manual mixer is on sale this week.You'll probly get free shipping.


Backordered! But still on sale....

post #25 of 32
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Originally Posted by Reinhard View Post
 

I've been mixing by hand for years and I've been looking for a meat mixer as well.  Just for the heck of it I'm going to buy me this German Redneck meat mixer to try out for my next batch [lot cheaper].  But it may be one of those " you get what you pay for deals".  It's a attachment to a power drill for mixing paint and mud for walls.  Here is one example.  For under $20 it's worth a try.  I'll let everyone know how it works out.  They are stainless steel and about 24 inches long.  Goes for $14.  I would think it would work, if not I can mix my brines with it LOL and then buy a mixer.

.  Reinhard

 

 

I use this tool also to mix my sausage, works well with a variable speed drill and a 5 gallon bucket.

post #26 of 32


I have found that flatten and fold is the most efficient method. Dump the mince onto the table and flatten it and spread half of the spice mix on half of the mince and fold the seasoned half over the other and flatten and spread the rest of the seasoning and fold and flatten again from left to right and next from top to bottom flatten and fold in thirds twice and you will have 150 layers of spice/mince. When that goes through the stuffer you will have totally uniform distribution.

post #27 of 32

Bear those do look like mine and they are pretty stiff. Maybe I am just getting whimpy in my old age. I clip them to the side of a bucket of bleach soloution that I use to sanitize all my meat grinding and stuffing parts so they are almost all the way submerged after cleaning them just like you do. Just a little extra safety in my mind.

post #28 of 32
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Originally Posted by Reinhard View Post
 

I've been mixing by hand for years and I've been looking for a meat mixer as well.  Just for the heck of it I'm going to buy me this German Redneck meat mixer to try out for my next batch [lot cheaper].  But it may be one of those " you get what you pay for deals".  It's a attachment to a power drill for mixing paint and mud for walls.  Here is one example.  For under $20 it's worth a try.  I'll let everyone know how it works out.  They are stainless steel and about 24 inches long.  Goes for $14.  I would think it would work, if not I can mix my brines with it LOL and then buy a mixer.

.  Reinhard

I use this for large batches. One time did 150 pounds of Venison SS with this and a half inch Black and decker drill. Worked very well but I wouldn't recommend it for a coarser sausage like the NOLA Andoule recipe. It can overwork your meat.

post #29 of 32

Glad to hear some of you used this gadget for mixing.  I think you could even emulsify a batch if you wanted that texture.  Just have to use the right speed and watch the mix.  I'll post the results on my next sausage batch.  Reinhard

post #30 of 32
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Originally Posted by Reinhard View Post
 

Glad to hear some of you used this gadget for mixing.  I think you could even emulsify a batch if you wanted that texture.  Just have to use the right speed and watch the mix.  I'll post the results on my next sausage batch.  Reinhard

 

If you turn the speed up, you could meat paint the ceiling too.:biggrin:

 

 

Bear

post #31 of 32

LOL!! Ya, I've sprayed the kitchen with cake mix a few times with my mixer.  I'm confident it will do a good job as some have said that tried these attachments.  There are different styles of attachments also.  Should be fun. Also keep  the hands warm.  Reinhard

post #32 of 32

Just watch out when the meat gets set up it will spin you around in a circle if you are on a slick tile floor. lol. That old B&D drill of mine has some power.

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