Need recommendation for Sausage Stuffer

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Aunt Mabel

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Jul 10, 2021
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Hi Guys,

Recently I bought a 1 hp meat grinder and a few dozen stainless steel sausage tubes at a restaruant auction in Milwaukee. Since many of the tubes are long and narrow I would like to start with sausage sticks. Can you please recommend a good recipe book and sausage stuffer?

In my current fudge and cookie business, I am known for using only the very best ingredients and producing the best products available anywhere. I expect the sausage products to meet similar standards. My mantra has been that I would rather give the fudge and cookies away than skimp on ingredients to make a less expensive product.

I also recently bought a new commercial dehydrator, so I am interested in a jerky recipe book as well.

Regarding the sausage stuffer, it needs to be easy for me to use. My hand and arm strength is poor, and I want to be able to churn things out at a good pace while matching the capacity of my meat grinder.

All guidance is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
 
Welcome to smf aunt Mabel, lots of choices for stuffers I can say lem's work great but if you plan on on doing sticks I would look into a electric or water stuffer since you dont have good strength in your hands and arms these can take some strength to use a hand stuffer. You may be able to use your grinder to stuff but it will take forever. I'm sure some others will jump in with some options.
 
LEM has a good reputation.
 
I've gotten all my commercial grade gear over the years from Cabelas, smoker, grinder, motorized sausage stuffer, and more, never had the slightest problem. RAY
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Welcome to SMF from Gilbert, AZ!
 
Recently I bought a 1 hp meat grinder and a few dozen stainless steel sausage tubes at a restaruant auction in Milwaukee. Since many of the tubes are long and narrow I would like to start with sausage sticks. Can you please recommend a good recipe book and sausage stuffer?

Just be aware that not all tubes fit every stuffer. You need to make sure the horn size is the same. Frankly, I would just get the stuffer that suits your needs and not worry about the tubes you already bought. Most stuffers come with tubes and you can get extra tubes for not much $$.
 
Hi Guys,

Recently I bought a 1 hp meat grinder and a few dozen stainless steel sausage tubes at a restaruant auction in Milwaukee. Since many of the tubes are long and narrow I would like to start with sausage sticks. Can you please recommend a good recipe book and sausage stuffer?

In my current fudge and cookie business, I am known for using only the very best ingredients and producing the best products available anywhere. I expect the sausage products to meet similar standards. My mantra has been that I would rather give the fudge and cookies away than skimp on ingredients to make a less expensive product.

I also recently bought a new commercial dehydrator, so I am interested in a jerky recipe book as well.

Regarding the sausage stuffer, it needs to be easy for me to use. My hand and arm strength is poor, and I want to be able to churn things out at a good pace while matching the capacity of my meat grinder.

All guidance is greatly appreciated.

Thank you.
There is a sausage forum on Facebook and there is alot people can help you out with seasonings and what casing to use. Lem has good stuffers and meat has a good line of stuffers also.
 
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