The equipment you need for making sausage
Sausage making is ideal for people with limited diets and extensive allergies. You decide exactly what goes in and what ingredients stay out. Sausage lovers that are looking to lower their fat intake can trim their meats or buy premium, low fat meats before preparing it by mixing with spices and flavorings. Once stuffed the flavors meld together and when they cook, the seasoning really comes out! You don't have to give up sausage all together for your diet; have some fun and create your own delicious blends.
Select a sausage casing
While making sausage, the size and length is a matter of personal preference. No matter your decision, we're confident we have a sausage casing that matches the desired effect you're after. For premium, traditional, natural casings, we have both dyed and natural hog casings and middles, as well as natural sheep and beef casings. Collagen casings are less expensive and are ideal for smoking sausage. The wall is made thicker to support the weight of the meat when hanging on a stick. Lastly, are the inexpensive synthetic casings. Their fibers run lengthwise along the casing, making them a good choice for thick sausages. For a special holiday treat, consider making sausage for your friends and neighbors! Such a personal gesture will not go unnoticed. Select a sausage casing made in a holiday theme with a depction of Santa flying in his sleigh, guided by reindeer. As a note of caution, these special casings can be smoked, but they cannot be eaten.