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post #81 of 95
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Case,
Competition??? hardly, more like a follower or student.  thumb1 copy.gif


Next step is to figure out Mrs OS'S machine.... it is not my mothers old black Singer LOL

Tom

Yeah I had to take some lessons from my wife on how to run the machine. I hadn't sewn anything since 7th grade home-ec class!
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This is a very cool post! Thanks for sharing! I think I may have to make a trip to the local fabric store and give this a try!

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Thank you! The Muslim makes a great sausage.
post #83 of 95
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Thank you! The Muslim makes a great sausage.

Does the muslin bags make the sausage taste different or is it purely for aesthetics?


Edited by Stayhot - 4/26/16 at 12:20pm
post #84 of 95
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Does the muslin bags make the sausage taste different or east it purely for aesthetics?

Possibly a bit more smokey. I
post #85 of 95

Any ideas where to buy them from? finding a sewing machine in my circle of friends is like trying to find Bigfoot....

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Possibly a bit more smokey. I


Case,

 

Would you be able to look at this post and toss your thoughts in on my questions/concerns  http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/245263/braunsweiger

 

Thanks for your input,

 

Tom

post #87 of 95

I tried Dirt's muslin bags....  I ended up sewing a long tube...   Tie one end and put it all on the stuffing horn....  partially fill the tube and tie and cut... then re tie the end...   I could fill them to any length....   the tied ends (on both ends) made for a football looking sausage....   I like them....  this is my go to muslin bag....  I think they lose moisture faster than casings and make for a nicely dried "salami" type meat....

 

 

post #88 of 95

Sorry don't mean to hijack.

 

Use un bleached muslin.

 

post #89 of 95
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Sorry don't mean to hijack.

Use un bleached muslin.



Yep exactly!
post #90 of 95
Mighty nice sausage squishing buddy! Real nice color.
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Sorry don't mean to hijack.

 

Use un bleached muslin.

 


Nepas Nice Job,

 

How well did the muslin peel off the once done?

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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Nepas Nice Job,

 

How well did the muslin peel off the once done?

 

Thanks,

 

Tom


I been using muslin casings for years, they peel just fine. I cut the ring end off then have to cut the cloth.

 

post #93 of 95
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I been using muslin casings for years, they peel just fine. I cut the ring end off then have to cut the cloth.

 

I've had the same results, except I did have an issue with my Taylor ham not wanting to release from the muslin. Still not sure why that was.

post #94 of 95
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I been using muslin casings for years, they peel just fine. I cut the ring end off then have to cut the cloth.

 

 

 

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I've had the same results, except I did have an issue with my Taylor ham not wanting to release from the muslin. Still not sure why that was.

Thank You Case and Nepas for your input

Tom

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Woweee !

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