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Homemade sausage

Postby Greywolf » Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:13 am

I wanna try to make my own homemade sausage venison or hog no matter.
any one got time to share how the do it. I've never made it before so your talking to a newbe here
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby Greywolf » Thu Dec 06, 2012 11:35 pm

No one here makes their own here.......really ?
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby eddie c » Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:54 am

breakfast or summer?
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby Greywolf » Fri Dec 07, 2012 11:36 am

eddie c wrote:breakfast or summer?



Yep !

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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby eddie c » Fri Dec 07, 2012 11:47 am

Greywolf wrote:
eddie c wrote:breakfast or summer?



Yep !

I'll learn anything.


we havent tried summer sauage but for breakfast sauage the little lady usally goes to the store, buys whatever pork sauage she wants, grinds up the deer meat then mixes the pork with the deer meat, 1 lb of pork to 2 lbs of deer.
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby halfbreed » Fri Dec 07, 2012 3:20 pm

well grey wolf there are a million differant ways and spice combo's to use . i gring my meat to a course grind first them add my spices garlic salt pepper red pepperflakes or jalepanio tyme for breakfast sausage a little sage . then mix your spices in the meat . take a little and make a patty and test fry it to check the flavor once i get it where i want it , i run a second grind thru a finer head into the caseing [ i prefer the natural gut ] then onto the smoker . but like i said there are a million recipes out there to each his own preferance just get the basics and experiment with little batches till you come up with one you like , or try the prepackaged seasonings [ some aren't too bad ] . i like to cold smoke it with plenty of smoke to keep it from drying out so much for link sausage a good 80% meat to 20% fat works realy well . a good mixture of 50/50 hog and deer makes a great sausage ,
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby Newkirk Jerry » Sun Dec 09, 2012 6:59 pm

This will keep you busy for awhile. :lol:

http://web.archive.org/web/200102140201 ... usage1.htm

http://lpoli.50webs.com/Sausage%20recipes.htm

Hopefully these web pages open for you. Tons of stuff to try. I know you have plenty of the main ingredient.
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby Greywolf » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:35 pm

Newkirk Jerry wrote:This will keep you busy for awhile. :lol:

http://web.archive.org/web/200102140201 ... usage1.htm

http://lpoli.50webs.com/Sausage%20recipes.htm

Hopefully these web pages open for you. Tons of stuff to try. I know you have plenty of the main ingredient.


Now that is what I'm talkin about Thanks Jerry. I found 20-30 I want to try :rolf: :eek: :roll: so I printed them out.
Alpha Female looked at me like I had a screw loose.... she isn't a breakfast sausage type person.
I get sausage gravy and biscuits 2 times a year, my birthday... and a random weekend.

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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby randy grider » Mon Jun 24, 2013 10:37 pm

I made breakfast sausage from some wild hogs we killed using the bass pro mix, and it was the best tasting sausage i ever ate
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby KsBow » Tue Jul 02, 2013 7:26 pm

Mark if your have a grocery store that makes their own breakfast sausage, just ask the butcher for enough seasoning to do 25 lbs or whatever you want.
For venison 25 pound batches I use about 13 or 14 pounds of lean venison and the rest in untrimmed pork shoulder or a big ole butt roast. Add the seasoning and mix thoroughly then run it through your grinder using a 3/8 plate.
The meat cutter at the grocery might have pork trim on hand. That can be used too. :applaud:
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby Greywolf » Tue Jul 02, 2013 8:07 pm

I wish we had something like that, everything is brought in in packages, or frozen halves and wholes.
we don't have places like that. I got a bunch of spices from Cabelas.

The Pilipino community likes most of the trims, guts and tripe. I have a friend that has a meat locker I can order trims from him.
living on an island everything has to be shipped in, grinders to cases. almost too much to hassle with and I'm married to a medical health nut.

Strike 2oooooooooo LOL I got to make sausage gravy for breakfast on saturday morning, she walked around me in the kitchen making the sign of the cross with her fingers getting past the stove.
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby campcook » Mon Aug 05, 2013 10:21 pm

Mark I feel sorry for ya our hunting property is 2 miles from a little cafe where i can get me biscuits and gravy for under $4. My grandpa would not eat breakfast if there wasn't biscuits an gravy and he would go and gather the eggs and milk the cow so he would have it fresh for breakfast.Next time you get some try some fresh sliced tomatoes with your biscuits an gravy.Alex
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby KsBow » Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:25 pm

Yepper Alex, that's a good combo. Of Course I must have pickled jalepenos or at least Louisanna hot sauce. :applaud:
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby campcook » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:53 pm

Ralph Mark never did answer back whether he tried it. Or if he got those sausages made. Maybe he can get rancid crabtree's son over to the island to help him out looked like that young feller had a handle on processing criters into vittles. Alex
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby Greywolf » Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:15 pm

No, I haven't tried it. I started getting stuff together to try it, but the Alpha Female is such a friggen health nut, she started ditching and grumbling that I just said heck with it.
Things are staring to change, but until then, you know what they say, "If momma ain't happy no one will be happy" :rolf:
One of the meat importers said he's be glad to give me the pork trimmings to add.
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby campcook » Thu Mar 27, 2014 11:52 am

Mark with as many hogs as you harvest I didn't think pork trimings would be a problem. Ralph has been getting breakfast sausage made from some of his venison very good stuff. Alex
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Re: Homemade sausage

Postby elkslayer4x5 » Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:57 am

If you ever get your sausage made, with the AF's permission of course, try making a venison meatloaf. Yum ! :)
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