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Custom sausage cabinet

Here is some pics of our sausage preparation cabinet we built. It's not 100% finished but it's close enough to get the idea. This was all made from drop offs we had laying around. This will hold our stuffer, motor, grinder, etc. This is also the first time we have done this on our own. We usually do this with a bunch of our extended family but the last few years we've had scheduling conflicts so we decided to branch off and do it ourselves.




And this is the 400+ lbs of sausage we made earlier this year
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looks good
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Great work on the box


damn now im hungry, I need to learn how to make sausage
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That thing looks great
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Thanks fellas!

Making sausage is easy it's just very time consuming. The hardest part is finding a recipe you like and modifying it to your individual tastes. We made several batches before we found one we liked and then made a few changes. Mostly spice because we like everything spicy.
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Thanks fellas!

Making sausage is easy it's just very time consuming. The hardest part is finding a recipe you like and modifying it to your individual tastes. We made several batches before we found one we liked and then made a few changes. Mostly spice because we like everything spicy.

Im assuming its pork sausage?

I made some deer summer sausage a while back and it turned out pretty good.
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Im assuming its pork sausage?

I made some deer summer sausage a while back and it turned out pretty good.
It's a mix. I call it venison sausage but it has some wild and domestic pork in it also. Our recipe calls for 60% venison and 40% pork.
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It's a mix. I call it venison sausage but it has some wild and domestic pork in it also. Our recipe calls for 60% venison and 40% pork.


do yall have a season on wild pigs in texas?
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We do on Javelina but that's technically not a hog.
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Thanks fellas!

Making sausage is easy it's just very time consuming. The hardest part is finding a recipe you like and modifying it to your individual tastes. We made several batches before we found one we liked and then made a few changes. Mostly spice because we like everything spicy.
Feel free to send some my way! I'll give it a review
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