Bye Bye Blackbird - Joe Cocker w/ Page version
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That's good to know. I thought it was the opposite....I used 4oz of light molasses. If I brewed this again, I would use treacle. It is easy to have molasses overpower the beer...
If you do use treacle next time, cut back on the amount versus the amount of molasses you used. I think treacle syrup would potentially overpower the beer more than regular molasses would.
Just used it for the first time tonight. Talk about a game changer - my previous worm drive type stuffer would do 2 kg in about 10 minutes, with LOUD noise. This makes no noise and I had stuffed 4 meters of Apfelbratwurst* in, no kidding, 2 minutes. With time to stop and change some things around.After stuffing only my third batch of sausages with my meat grinder, I may be looking into getting a stuffer. I also realized that most people have more patience than I do.
I'm going to add cheese too. I think dicing it and then freezing the cheeze and adding it to the mixing phase right before going into the stuffer would work best.I didnt think about freezing the cheese.
Last night I did 7 kg of sausage, 3.5 kg of basil/tomato/chicken and 3.5 kg of mango/chile/cilantro/chicken. Basil tomato was just too salty. Gonna try it one more time with 1/3 less salt, but mango chicken is one of our favorites.These both sound good. Did you add fat? I'm planning on making chicken sausage for the first time tomorrow morning with 4 or 5lbs of breast from Costco that I have. From what I have heard, I was wondering it will be too dry and I should add fat...or dark meat....or skin...or something.