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Old 01-11-2011, 12:14 AM   #11
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"1 lb. Insta Cure™ will process approximately 480 lbs. of meat."

How much ****ing sausage are you going to make?


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I dont wanna run out.


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Friggin' sausage fest at Cape's house. As per usual.
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And I heard something about a bird bonin' party earlier.
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I'm a little afraid to go to Utopias 3 now....
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Get the book Charcuterie and read it
Yep, it's on my wish list. I don't buy many books anymore since my Kindle, so I don't get the regular shipments from Amazon.

Also, the one from the Kytel or Rytel or similar book. Those two seem to be the favorites.
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Yep, it's on my wish list. I don't buy many books anymore since my Kindle, so I don't get the regular shipments from Amazon.

Also, the one from the Kytel or Rytel or similar book. Those two seem to be the favorites.

You mean this one? It is on my list to get soon but I haven't read it yet. I have heard some mixed reviews about it. My understanding is that is just sausage and mainly just recipes too. Charcuterie is about all sorts of meat processing and also much more info and knowledge than just recipes.
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You mean this one? It is on my list to get soon but I haven't read it yet. I have heard some mixed reviews about it. My understanding is that is just sausage and mainly just recipes too. Charcuterie is about all sorts of meat processing and also much more info and knowledge than just recipes.
Yes, that one. Rytek, I believe, is the purveyor of TheSausageMaker website and online store, which was referred to above.

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You mean this one? It is on my list to get soon but I haven't read it yet. I have heard some mixed reviews about it. My understanding is that is just sausage and mainly just recipes too. Charcuterie is about all sorts of meat processing and also much more info and knowledge than just recipes.
Actually the Rytek Kutas book has as much about other meat processing as it does sausage making. I would bet that it and Charcuterie are nearly the same book, probably not necessary to have both (although I do want to look at Charcuterie).

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Actually the Rytek Kutas book has as much about other meat processing as it does sausage making. I would bet that it and Charcuterie are nearly the same book, probably not necessary to have both (although I do want to look at Charcuterie).

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Hmmm, then, which one has better pictures? I love pictures of food. I almost ALWAYS choose the recipes with pictures from my cookbooks.


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