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    I got your point OCD, but the open door was just there, so like Mike, I ran through it
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    Well here it is. The next sausage project should be easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCDshaver View Post
    Well here it is. The next sausage project should be easier.

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    You my friend are really going to enjoy that larger grinder!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    You my friend are really going to enjoy that larger grinder!
    I suspect so. It looks like it will make short work of any project I might throw its way. I don't hunt deer so it's not like I will have 50lbs of meat to grind. I'll be working with around five to ten. But I can tell this is going to grind that much up in short order.

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Size:  46.4 KB. I cooked these sausages in a crock pot for 8 hours....put them in this morning....and went to work....Wicked Good !
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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuck View Post
    . I cooked these sausages in a crock pot for 8 hours....put them in this morning....and went to work....Wicked Good !
    I would presume that the crock pot was on Low/also was the sausage 'cooked' in the sauce? Just wondering
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    Yes on low.....just put a cup of water in....peppers and onions and 20 sausages...no sauce

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    I very well may be doing sausage and peppers this weekend since I'm stocked again.
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    Speaking of Sausage-------

    4Lbs of Elk, 3Lbs of Pork with a summer sausage mix that I decided to give a try. All stuffed into mahogany colored snack stix sized collagen casings. This is only the second time I've ever used a premix sausage mix, the other was a sample from a supplier that I was buying Prague Powder #1 from.

    Anyway this is the first batch with the upgraded heating unit/which worked Wonderfully!

    Right before adding the damp hickory chips. Sorry didn't notice the crap on the lens.

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    A few hours later and the sausage after being sprayed to cool them down and help reduce the wrinkling.

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    Right before being cut up.

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    Cut into handy sizes.

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    Packaged and ready to be either given away or frozen for consumption later.

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    The sun finally came out so I can post a picture of what the sausage ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE as the indoor lighting messes with things.

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    Thanks for looking!
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