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Can I use mahogany casings for braunschweiger? Or do i have to use muslin or collagen?
@gkimmina We have Braunschweiger Casings that are made from a plastic and are specifically for making Braunschweiger. I don’t think that Mahogany would cause any real issues though. They are certainly strong enough and even though the casings are perforated and Braunschweiger is more of a spread so it does not have a firm consistency I don’t think you would see any real bleeding out the small holes in the casing.
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