Im fixing to jump down another rabbit hole

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Well, two, actually, I also have a sous vide machine on the way.

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Welcome to the land of bad influence. It’s every where here plus this forum is the support group. Lol
Im glad you made the plunge. You will make some fantastic food and soon.
 
Now I just gotta figure out what I'm going to make a mess of first.
 
Here comes Peter cottontale... :emoji_laughing:
Just messing with ya! Look forward to seeing you put them to use.

Ryan
 
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Maybe this, for starters. The included fibrous casings should do the whole pouch, I'd expect.


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I just came to this forum wanting to learn BBQ, and that I did learn, but I find curing, and now maybe sausage making to be even more interesting. Somewhat time consuming, but I enjoy it so far.
 
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I have a dream of making sausage one day !
It's just a grinder and stuffer away, Keith. So far, I have done bulk breakfast and Italian, which went pretty well. The next step is stuffing into casings. Start like I did, and do some bulk. Once you taste the results, you will want to keep on going.
 
It's just a grinder and stuffer away, Keith. So far, I have done bulk breakfast and Italian, which went pretty well. The next step is stuffing into casings. Start like I did, and do some bulk. Once you taste the results, you will want to keep on going.
It’s true. I started with the KitchenAid and soon I burned through one of those. So I got the LEM stuffer and fixed the KitchenAid and kept grinding. Then I got the LEM grinder and thought I was happy. Then my fingers ached mixing it by hand from the cold and arthritis so I got the LEM mixer/hopper that connected to the grinder. Now I’m thinking that electric stuffer sure would be nice. It just doesn’t end.
 
It’s true. I started with the KitchenAid and soon I burned through one of those. So I got the LEM stuffer and fixed the KitchenAid and kept grinding. Then I got the LEM grinder and thought I was happy. Then my fingers ached mixing it by hand from the cold and arthritis so I got the LEM mixer/hopper that connected to the grinder. Now I’m thinking that electric stuffer sure would be nice. It just doesn’t end.
Once you start, it's always, "I just need one more thing" , and I'm still pretty near the tip of the iceberg.
 
Now I’m thinking that electric stuffer sure would be nice.
An electric stuffer is the way to go if you make enough sausage to justify it. I needed a larger stuffer for our big deer processing day (which is coming up next Saturday incidentally) when we will put up close to 6-700# of product. I also needed it for stuffing salami by my self. I love my electric stuffer.
 
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