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    @Jonathon Great video. The information you have out there never stops amazing me. Until this year, my knowledge base was always hog casings for the last 30 years. We still buy a hank and salt them and freeze them to re-use for quite some time. But it is a lot of work. I more recently help make lots of sausage with a friend who still uses the natural casings and they use the tubes which is a huge improvement. However, I am beginning to think the collagen casings are the way to go.

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    @s-a-m Thanks for that. We actually lined the pans with plastic wrap to allow the loaf to easily come out. I am with you though and have had aluminum do weird things with certain foods before after it sits in it for a while. I think the plastic wrap is a must.

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    @John-Gehringer said in Meat Mixer:

    @s-a-m Traeger pellets are 100% wood, only food grade soybean oil used process the pellets, not to flavor it, they are made in Oregon. I personally don’t buy their product anymore, because they have gotten way to pricey. I use Bear Mountain made in OR and a new brand Smokehouse that are made in OR as well. Get them at Smart Food Service for 1/3 less than the Traegers.
    Mesquite and hickory are 100% wood just not hickory or mesquite, their either Adler or oak with oils. A simple search shows that and most bags of treager pellets aren’t 100% the specie’s llike apple is like 30-40% apple and the rest is oak or Adler , I stick to lumberjack brand.( it’s a free country people can buy what that want) jm2c

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