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post #41 of 48
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Originally Posted by cal1956 View Post
 

its the11 lb one....... I think the wife just liked the color,  still have to wait for it to arrive ,  should only be a week or so

Nice score make sure and give us good review after a few uses. Just remember if you have any problems just add water! fire.gif

post #42 of 48

Im sorry I missed the LEM at $100 on Amazon a couple of weeks back.  I started researching stuffers too late in the game.  If it drops to that level again, I will buy one.

post #43 of 48

it will stuff sausages .............. dive in and have some fun ............ and really "good eats "

post #44 of 48
Looks great to me. So where are those links man?!!! LOL.
Have a blast.
B
post #45 of 48
Thread Starter 

just got  4 boston butts from sam's club today so as soon as it arrives we will be making sausage and will let everyone know how it does

post #46 of 48
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the one she bought is a  " Vivo "   anyone here have any experience with this brand ?  

post #47 of 48

That Vivo did just fine, right?  I am 4th generation sausage maker and all the vertical manual presses with steel gears work great.  The nice thing about a 25 pound stuffer is batch size and through put is radically sped up.  If you get a group of 4 together you can crank out 150 pounds for family and friends in a day, not including the smoking of course:)

post #48 of 48
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yes we could not ask for a better stuffer ,so far we have done around 500 lbs of sausage with it , and could not be happier with it

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