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Unread 11-05-2013, 09:27 AM   #1
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meat grinder

I am going to buy a meat grinder. My boy got a deer over the week end and there will be more to follow. We all ready make jerky but looking for some sausage recipes, anybody want to share? Any thoughts on this meat grinder?

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Unread 11-05-2013, 02:06 PM   #2
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How often do you plan to use the thing? I'd opt, myself, for the non-electric manual version but then I'm like that and prefer to have methods that do not depend on the grid for success.
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How often do you plan to use the thing? I'd opt, myself, for the non-electric manual version but then I'm like that and prefer to have methods that do not depend on the grid for success.
We will use the hell out of it during deer season. We have at least one pig a year slaughtered, we have the butcher do the sausage, and maybe I will give it a shot. We get a turkey or two a year. We hunt squirrel, rabbit and raccoon (varmint sausage maybe??). There is allot of meat running around in my woods.

It is suppose to slice, we use do a crap load of deer jerky. I even use the sawzall and have used my jig saw to cut it when the meat is frozen for jerky.

I think this will make things easier.

As far as off the grid, I could use my generator if need be.
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In that case, it looks like a smart investment.
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