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Nepas OTBS #242
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Finally getting to the mix i mad on friday night. And using my new water stuffer. Using 32mm colagen




I tied them into small chubs because i am going to peel the collagen and make these into pickled sausage-N-onions jars.

Yup thats the one.

As soon as i can figure out what i did with my tripod i will do a video.

I made some GB jerky with it to.




Easy cleanup to.

Is there a posting area for items for sale? I am going to sell my near new Dakota stuffer.
Whoo hoo!

 That's some kinda way cool stuffer!!

It just seems crazy that a normal kitchen sink can have enough pressure to run a stuffer. Maybe it doesn't take much pressure but it sure can be hard to crank some times on our 15 lbs vertical stuffer. 
If I am not mistaken that stuffer is a "version" of a Dakota style stuffer and I remember when you got it thinking how cool it was. I was looking at doing  that Dakota  but do not have the fittings at my sinks to make it work.   Looks like yours works great

There is a section to sell - go to the main forums page and scroll down to Classifieds
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And my Dakota is like new.


And with some new valves to.

Got the mini's done. Blooming for a couple hours then into the fridge for a couple days before they get the hot pickle bath.


Took some venison SS out to make hot pickled SS



Hey how bout some onions in there to.

Lookin good. Love that picled stuff.. heck even i get pickled once in a while.... You are settin the bar in the sausage making here..
Here is a $ shot. Sorry for the bad lighting


Now that's what I'm talking about, nice looking sausage, my casings look like that, but are 24mm and white.

That stuffer looks like it belongs in the space station, I can see why Bear says you are the Pennsylvania Sausage Maker of the year, you and the rest of the members here set the bar real high.

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