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Best Sausage Stuffers

Updated December 2018
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    Store-bought sausages can be made of cheap meat scraps and contain unhealthy additives. A sausage stuffer allows you to make your own sausages with hand-picked ingredients. Some are fancier than others, but they all essentially do the same thing – pack meat into a casing to produce a sausage. A horn sausage stuffer is manually operated and meant for small batches of three to five pounds of meat. Both vertical and horizontal sausage stuffers can be manual or electric and essentially work the same, except that the sausages come out of a horizontal or vertical tube. Some sausage stuffers come with accessories, such as different funnels and grinding plates. If choosing a manual stuffer, make sure the cranking mechanism is easy for you to handle.

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