Waltons electric 26lbs meat stuff



  • Does anybody have one of them?
    I used mine a few time now it so so slow.
    Also done seem like it move fast.
    Added more wet then need still lacks power to push out the tube.


  • Power User

    What size casings are you using? Smaller casings tend work better on the smaller stuffers.



  • jbird, afternoon… That stuffer has a large piston… It’s a physics thing… Large piston, small tube and casing, will not push meat through the tube… Use a bigger tube and bigger casings…
    Are you trying to make sticks ???
    Also, season, grind and stuff immediately is a good practice to make stuffing easier… No time for the proteins to grab together… Let the completed sausage rest/bloom in the refer for 12-24 hours then smoke/cook…



  • Also, greasing the piston o-ring and the canister will improve the ease of stuffing… I use Crisco… works very good…


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