D Halverson 3-d printing is becoming more and more popular and could be an awesome thing to replace wear parts and hard to get adapters and such. That is awesome that you did that!
Hot Dog Stuffing question
When stuffing 26 mm collagen/cellulose/sheep casings for hot dogs, does anyone have any advice on the best size stuffing tube to use with a 5 lb. LEM upright stuffer. The one we have is the 1 inch tube, I can’t seem to find any other tubes around the kitchen. I’ve only stuffed with hog casings before and was wondering if anyone had any insight for a noob.
Thanks in advance!
I use a 13mm, equi. 1/2" tube with 26mm collagen for hotdogs. I think Walton’s has a handy chart toward the bottom of individual collagen spec pages and as I recall they show either a 12mm or 13mm. Either works fine.
Go to parts, stuffer parts, click on any tube and at the bottom is this chart:
Casing Size Stuffing Tube Size
Parksider Thanks John,
Could not locate the d**n thing to save my life last night, but that is the chart.
Thanks guys! Right there on the page (doh!)
For true skinless hotdogs, I like to use 26mm cellulose casings. They are very easy to stuff and then remove them after your ice bath. They should fit on a 1/2 horn nicely.
Bacon Acres Farm thanks!