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SPC question

smokeymose

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My backordered SPC finally got here and I plan to use some with an Anduille batch today.
Do you use the same amount of it as you would NFDM?

Dan
 

donr

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The following are instructions from The Sausage Maker's Soy Protein Concentrate:

Use 1 cup soy protein concentrate per 5 lbs. of meat. Do not pack when measuring!  1 lb. 12 oz. of soy protein concentrate will process approximately  50 lbs. of meat.

I would think yours should have come with instructions.
 

daveomak

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As described by Wedliny-Domowe

Typical Usage Amounts

Name

Common Amount

Max Allowed

Soy protein concentrate

1-3% (10-30 g/kg)

As needed

Soy protein isolate

1-3% (10-30 g/kg)

As needed

Non fat dry milk

1-3% (10-30 g/kg)

As needed

Starch

1-5% (10-50 g/kg)

As needed

Carrageenan

0.2-0.7% (2-7 g/kg)

As needed

Caseinate

1-2% (10-20 g/kg)

As needed

Egg white

10-30 g/kg, 1-2 eggs

As needed

Monosodium glutamate (MSG)

0.05-0.2% (0.5-2 g/kg)

As needed
 

smokeymose

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The following are instructions from The Sausage Maker's Soy Protein Concentrate:

Use 1 cup soy protein concentrate per 5 lbs. of meat. Do not pack when measuring! 1 lb. 12 oz. of soy protein concentrate will process approximately 50 lbs. of meat.

I would think yours should have come with instructions.
You're right, donr. I didn't even read the container before I posted :icon_rolleyes:
I wound up using 3/4 cup because that's what I use with NFDM. A whole cup just seems like a lot of powder. Just me. They came out nice and firm.
Dan
 

daveomak

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If you weigh all your ingredients you will get better reproducibility from batch to batch....
 

smokeymose

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As described by Wedliny-Domowe

Typical Usage Amounts

Name

Common Amount

Max Allowed

Soy protein concentrate

1-3% (10-30 g/kg)

As needed

Soy protein isolate

1-3% (10-30 g/kg)

As needed

Non fat dry milk

1-3% (10-30 g/kg)

As needed

Starch

1-5% (10-50 g/kg)

As needed

Carrageenan

0.2-0.7% (2-7 g/kg)

As needed

Caseinate

1-2% (10-20 g/kg)

As needed

Egg white

10-30 g/kg, 1-2 eggs

As needed

Monosodium glutamate (MSG)

0.05-0.2% (0.5-2 g/kg)

As needed
Thanks Dave! It seems the two measure the same...
Dan
 

daveomak

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They're supposed to be.....  but then again....  weighing is more accurate...
 

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