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SWFLsmkr1

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I really like this stuff.

Here is what i use. The mix s Crown National safari droewors mix. you dont need to add anything to it.

You do however need to work faster than the vinegar will.

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Sheep casing
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The droewors mixed with 4 tsp malt vinegar
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Mix and stuff fast. Dont worry about air pockets in the casings. Remember (south african) desert life.
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Add 1/2 cup white vinegar to very hot water, put this is a pan. You will put the filled casings in this solution for 30 seconds both sides.
Sorry forgot pic of the pan.
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Hang in a well ventilated area. I do not have my bulb on as its warm in the RV.
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See in 4-6 days. The droewors will shrink some and get dark.
 

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Dang you have me waiting finish again. Looks interesting Rick.

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I feel like I've just drove up on the Krallkop store near Fochville. I miss droewors & Castle beer. Looking forward to the finished product. How many days till they're ready?
 

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4-6 days. might be sooner but dont rush things
 

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The droewors is done.

Droëwors is a Southern African snack food, based on the traditional, coriander-seed spiced boerewors sausage. It is usually made as a dunwors rather than dikwors, as the thinner sausage dries quicker and is thus, less likely to spoil before it can be preserved.

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