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casings??
Topic Started: Nov 26 2013, 10:21 AM (546 Views)
skdly
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where do some of you do it yourselfers get your casing...i used hi mountain the other night and liked the seasoning but not a fan of the casing...looking for all types of casings.....thx
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Brampton Mike
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M local butcher shop! :allright:
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Big Game Hunter
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My local butcher shop sells natural casings. Never used anything else, although, i've eaten meat with artificial casings and it was fine too.
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whiterack
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The YES group in Markham woodbine and denison
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farmerbrian1982
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Canadian Butcher Supply
519-296-4545

Great to deal with. We've bought from them for 25 plus years
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thomasan
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Got mine from Canadian Butcher Supply also. They have good pricing.
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Skeeter
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ask any Italian
he'll know the best place and the best price
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Then, been there several more times, because apparently I never learn!
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Posted Image wilebski
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I have had good luck with salted pork casing's for "Polish sausage" it
absorb's the smoke better than beef...
Just got them at the local grocery store... You need to soak/rinse in warm water first
before stuffing.
For pepperittes, synthetic or collugen type I think??? Is what most use...
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