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post #21 of 22

M, Make sure you flush the casing on the inside right before stuffing. hold it up o the faucet with a small flow and give it a decent shot of water ,helps to get the casing on the tube better.

post #22 of 22

butcher-packer, last I looked, had really good prices on hanks compared to nearly anyone else. I can always go there and pick up in person rather than ship which is always nice, since shipping is a real cost for anything that needs to be cold. kind of a neat store, as they definitely service the food industry in the area.

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