A great way to get a handle on sausage and jerky making, and use more of the animal in the process, this jerky kit allows you to grind-up and blend multiple cuts of meat, add flavors and spices, then press the meat into uniform segments for drying. Great for sausage, this gun injects your favorite ground meat into both medium and large sausage casings, so you can make brats, Italian and Polish sausage easily at home.
Barrel holds 3/4 pound of ground meat
Translucent nozzle lets you monitor when to fill
Nozzles for jerky and snack sticks
Medium and large sausage stuffing nozzles
Jerky and sausage gun
2 Jerky nozzles
2 Sausage casing nozzles
Large chrome plated drying rack
Easy to load, use and clean-up, this jerky and sausage gun kit is a simple tool you’ll find yourself using again and again. Add it to your next order, and bring savory homemade flavor to your kitchen.
Big time smokers love our cast iron grill smoker box. Just add your favorite wood chips and the lid automatically vents smoke and prevents wood from catching on fire. You can add juices, water or even marinades to wood chips for a little extra zing. The cast iron retains heat well and can withstand hotter grill temperatures better.
Easily make sausage, brats, salami, or even traditional summer sausage
Use with deer, elk, beef – best when mixed with pork
Each kit makes up to 30 lbs of sausage, 24 lbs of bratwurst, 23 lbs of hot dogs or 18 lbs of salami
Nothing beats fresh, homemade sausage! It is fun and easy to make. Make your sausage using pork mixed with your wild game – deer, elk, buffalo, antelope. You can experiment adding your personal favorite tastes such as garlic, peppers or cheese. You can make up to 30 lbs of sausage, 24 lbs of bratwurst, 23 lbs of hot dogs or 18 lbs of salami at a time or only 3 lbs (1 lb of hot dogs) if you wish. With Hi Mountain’s quality seasonings and your personal touch you won’t settle for anything but homemade again! Kits include Hi Mountain cure, seasoning packets, one package of casings and detailed instructions.
How to Make Maple Syrup: From Gathering Sap to Marketing Your Own Syrup. A Storey Basics Title by Alison Anderson, Steven Anderson
Third-generation syrup makers Alison and Steven Anderson show you how to collect sap using a tree-friendly tubing system and then cook, package, and even market your own syrup. With expert advice for first-time bottlers, the Andersons share their passion with a contagious excitement that is as inspiring as a bowl of sugar on snow.
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