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    Deer sausage is a hit.

    Deer sausage turned out delicious. A bit strong but still delicious.
    6lbs of ground deer.


    3-4 lbs of ground frozen pork fat.


    Almost 10 lbs of deer breakfast sausage. I weigh each amount of spice so it is consistent. 10.6 grains for each pound.


    The 4 test patties went down fast. I will post the recipe later. Lunch.
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    Re: Deer sausage is a hit.

    Can't wait for your recipe..I got a deboned buck in the freezer right now that I will turn to sausage once I'm home...

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    Re: Deer sausage is a hit.

    Here's the ditills.
    Hugh's Venison breakfast sausage recipe.
    6lbs of ground venison(young buck)
    4lbs of ground pork fat.
    4 table spoon of kosher salt(recipe calls for 5)
    1 tbsp of ground white pepper
    2 tbsp of rubbed sage
    1 tsp ground ginger
    1 tbsp of nutmeg
    1 tbsp of ground thyme
    1 cup of water
    It called for 1tbsp of ground red pepper but I added 1/8 tsp only.
    Mix the meat and weigh it. I added 10.6 grams of spice for every 453 grams(1lb) of meat.
    Next time I will add 8 grams of spice for every 453 grams of meat. Mix thoroughly.
    I made sausages but it could just as easily be made into patties. I am buying a stand alone sausage stuffer. Cook till the internal temp reaches 165 degrees. I didn't smoke these so no nitrites added. I might do a light smoke in the future but they were delicious without smoking.
    It took 3 years to fine tune this recipe.
    The challenge of retirement is how to spend time without spending money.
    The worst day slinging lead is still better than the best day working.
    Look around is there someone you can introduce to shooting because thatís the only way we will buck the anti gun trend sweeping Canada! "tigrr 2006"


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    Re: Deer sausage is a hit.

    Is Hugh's Venison recipe a commercial product or an actual recipe, and where couldI find it?

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    Re: Deer sausage is a hit.

    Looks great......

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    Re: Deer sausage is a hit.

    There are literally thousands of sausage recipes to be found. A lot of good ones as well as some not so good. After making my own sausages for decades I find you learn something helpful all the time. One thing I will no longer do is add pure pork fat to any recipe. Too hard to incorporate into the mix, even with a mixer. Most of the really good recipes always weigh all ingredients. Take time to follow the instructions to a T.

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    Re: Deer sausage is a hit.

    Please ignore my previous reply, I misunderstood the recipe. Got it now.

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