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Posted: Sun May 06, 2018 16:43
THANKS GUYS , wish I discovered this hobby years ago, also without the UMAI
bags I would`nt be able to do it
Posted: Sun May 06, 2018 20:58
Bob K wrote: most of the time I use dry chopped
Do you re-hydrate the dried garlic before use, or do you just add it to the mince dry?
Posted: Mon May 07, 2018 13:29
I use it dry.
Posted: Wed May 09, 2018 17:31
The other day when I saw redzeds` homemade adapter for his meat mixer inserted into
his meat grinder I thought that was "ingenious" and then Wondered if something like that could work with a sausage stuffer has anyone tried this ?
Thanks Guys as always Paul
Posted: Thu May 10, 2018 01:18
I haven't seen what you're referring to, but the problem with powering a sausage stuffer with a meat mixer is that you would need either a clutch mechanism or a limit switch to keep from destroying things when the plunger gets to the bottom of the stuffer.
When cranking by hand, you feel when you're at the bottom. An electric motor won't know when to stop.
Posted: Thu May 10, 2018 14:35
Like Matterone said it would not work with a stuffer, needs a clutch and also the location on the stuffer is a problem. They do make electric motors with a clutch and foot pedal that bolt in to some stuffers.
Posted: Thu May 10, 2018 17:40
I guess there really is`nt any middle ground when it comes to stuffers, like there is with
meat grinders . I was hoping somebody has given it a thought . I thought if you can slide
in a mixer why not a stuffer. I purchased a 45 watt one made in China I broke it 1st time
out . Being 71 and in construction most of my life I should have known better, as one of
the members of this site says about experience & wisdom .
Thanks again Paul
Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 04:46
Here is a fun video made at Olympia Provisions in Portland. I have Elias Cairo's book and his recipes are excellent.
Posted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 21:25
Nice video and that is some type of setup right there.