Traditional Boerewors Sausage

Are you ready to make a very tasty sausage that’s incredibly easy? Welcome to the world of Boerewors. This farmers sausage has a unique style of preparation that requires very little mixing. Unlike traditional sausage where the mince is mixed so that it is very sticky with no air pockets,
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Hypnotic Salami

Salami making is what I consider “next level” charcuterie. It’s challenging, rewarding, and will require the use of special equipment (especially if you want it to come out amazing). What I’m about to tell you may seem a little overwhelming but if you really want to take your charcuterie to
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White Pudding

I have made lots of sausages in my time and this one has got to be the strangest. White Pudding is an Irish/Scottish/English sausage that consist mainly of fat, grains, flour, leeks, and milk. The recipe for this sausage varies depending on where you go. It can contain pork, pork
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Easy Italian Sausage

In the world of sausage making there are several types of sausages. The most basic is considered the “fresh bulk sausage”. The fresh bulk sausage is sausage that is not put into casings and consists of meat and seasonings that have been mixed together. In this category you might find
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Weisswurst

I have to admit that I have a love/hate relationship with emulsified sausages. They are tricky to make and require special equipment but if made properly they are amazing! Weissurst is one of those sausages. This “White Sausage” is a German sausage that dates back to the mid 1800’s. This
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