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New Age Living Vertical Sausage Casing Stuffer | 3L 8lbs Capacity

post #1 of 22
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Use this for the first time today,this is my first vertical stuffer (nice)

 

I was asked to do a review,I could not find a start new post in the review section,so here it is

 

The main body is very heavy duty,clamped to a folding table

will use a large cutting board next time

Stuffing tubes twist into the body,I would have liked longer 

The crank is very easy to turn I only did a 2 1/2 lb. test batch

Another attempt at linking LOL

Clean up is easier with this then my cannon

Had enough meat left in the bottom and tube to make 3 patties

I know there must be some tricks on getting more meat out,this was my first use

 

Overall I am very satisfied with it !! 

 

Richie

post #2 of 22

Looks great buddy. Enjoy them!

post #3 of 22

Nice to hear it's good so far Richie!

 

Why would you use a cutting board to attach to next time?  Stability or?

post #4 of 22
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Nice to hear it's good so far Richie!

 

Why would you use a cutting board to attach to next time?  Stability or?

Sorry I did take a pic it does not show the rod that goes from 1 leg to the other.The bottom part of the clamp started loosing its grip.So next time will be on a cutting board clamped to the counter top.

You can see in the pic it is already tilting

The stuffer is fine it was operator error 

 

Richie

post #5 of 22

Gotcha!  Thumbs Up

post #6 of 22

Add more Water! That will solve every problem you have!   fire.gif

 

 

If you can't get all the meat out you can add several pieces of cheap bread on top before running the plunger down. The Lemon stuffer only leaves what's in the tube. Which I push out into the casing with a wood dowel.

post #7 of 22
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post
 

Add more Water! That will solve every problem you have!   fire.gif

 

 

If you can't get all the meat out you can add several pieces of cheap bread on top before running the plunger down. The Lemon stuffer only leaves what's in the tube. Which I push out into the casing with a wood dowel.

Case Thanks I knew there was a way. Didn't know their was going to be so much in the bottom,thanks for having my back.

Richie

post #8 of 22
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post
 

Case Thanks I knew there was a way. Didn't know their was going to be so much in the bottom,thanks for having my back.

Richie

My ancient Enterprise stuffer leaves enough a meat in the bottom that a whole loaf probably wouldn't get it all out. Cheap white bread works best. Another option is to detach the tube, leave casing on tube and feed through. with a wood dowel.

post #9 of 22

So it passed the test.

 

Mine will be here tomorrow.

 

I email them asking why its taking so long, they replied back with, We have had many orders for this stuffer and we were processing orders.

post #10 of 22
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post
 

Add more Water! That will solve every problem you have!   fire.gif

 

 

If you can't get all the meat out you can add several pieces of cheap bread on top before running the plunger down. The Lemon stuffer only leaves what's in the tube. Which I push out into the casing with a wood dowel.

Thats 5 gallons? right:laugh1:

post #11 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post
 

Add more Water! That will solve every problem you have!   fire.gif

 

 

If you can't get all the meat out you can add several pieces of cheap bread on top before running the plunger down. The Lemon stuffer only leaves what's in the tube. Which I push out into the casing with a wood dowel.

Thats 5 gallons? right:laugh1:

You guys must know its killing me to drink as much beer as I do with out PIMPL :banana_smiley: 


Edited by tropics - 12/13/16 at 1:35pm
post #12 of 22

Whiskey for my men!

 

fire.gif For my Lem!

 

Beer for my horses!

post #13 of 22
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Whiskey for my men!

 

fire.gif For my Lem!

 

Beer for my horses!

This gave me a good laugh!!

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post #15 of 22

Glad to hear it's a good stuffer!

 

Al

post #16 of 22

Cool Stuffer  nothing like a new toy

 

Gary

post #17 of 22

It amazes me how many bad reviews there are on this product, The consensus shows that common sense is coming up short when these reviewer's are operating this sausage stuffer. sounds like instructions are "not included" with the unit. You think they would put a small piece of paper in the box with instructions, tips of use and things to avoid. Evidently they don't know nothing about how to use it either.

 

Congrats on the stuffer Richie and glad its working out.... Now you need to make more.....Thumbs Up

 

Joe

post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post
 

It amazes me how many bad reviews there are on this product, The consensus shows that common sense is coming up short when these reviewer's are operating this sausage stuffer. sounds like instructions are "not included" with the unit. You think they would put a small piece of paper in the box with instructions, tips of use and things to avoid. Evidently they don't know nothing about how to use it either.

 

Congrats on the stuffer Richie and glad its working out.... Now you need to make more.....Thumbs Up

 

Joe

Joe they do include some instructions.

 

Find a suitable bench or table,clamp the machine on.Twist screw #1 till the machine is fixed on the table.Then curve the handle #2 and install onto gear wheel#3 .

 

Making Sausage

Put casing on funnel first.Turn the handle counter clockwise to rewind force disk,out of the cask,and move it towards the right side 90 degrees.Fill stuffer move disk back into position.The machine is now ready.

 

I never seen one operated and I did it. 

 

Richie

post #19 of 22

Nothing about using excessive force, adding lubrication, mixing meat properly, bottoming out the plunger and not recommended for snack sticks. My cabelas 30 lb stuffer came with several warnings

post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post
 

Nothing about using excessive force, adding lubrication, mixing meat properly, bottoming out the plunger and not recommended for snack sticks. My cabelas 30 lb stuffer came with several warnings

No Warnings. 

Infact they give you a 60 day warranty of their own,fill in the form send it within 30 days.Then the 3 year goes into affect 

 

My sausage I only used 3 oz. water for the 2 1/2 pound test.

 

Richie

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