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Got my rytek kutas sausage book

post #1 of 11
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People are using this book and saying it's the bible of sausage making with recipes. My curiosity got me and I ordered it. I got it last friday. Paid about $20 with shipping included. I'm only on chapter 4 and I have already learned a few things after making sausage for approx 20 yrs. I have a old stand up freezer in my spare room that I stopped using due to the high energy cost. I was going to sell it but after reading the smoking meat chapter I see I have another smoker build in my future.

 

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post #2 of 11

Glad you took the plunge and bought the Bible; you won't regret it.  You can't go wrong with a fridge(or freezer) conversion smoker for sausage either, for the extra capacity it offers. 

post #3 of 11

It is a good book, lots of good information and recipes...

post #4 of 11

I also have Rytek book and it's a good read indeed. Now I do find myself referring back to it from time to time in my newly found love of sausage making. Now there are quite a few folks here that like to make sausage here too that I have gotten so really good recipes too. So keep on making sausage and next time don't forget the qview. 

post #5 of 11

The only sad part about Rytek is that he is gone. :( 

 

-Princess

post #6 of 11

I just picked up a copy of the 4th edition yesterday. Looks great.

post #7 of 11

another one to read is called Charcuterie it also has many recipes and step by step instructions .Pkerchef

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another one to read is called Charcuterie it also has many recipes and step by step instructions .Pkerchef


In a lot of ways I like it better than the Rytek book. His photos are really helpful
 

post #9 of 11

I love this book, it was what got me into smoking and I have never looked back.  Thanks Rytek

post #10 of 11

I must now get this book!! Thank You

post #11 of 11

I also read that book a while ago and feel like Rytek was a special person. I especially liked when he refereed to remembering the smells of Christmas as the sausage was smoking and the pine needles from the Christmas tree

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