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Thread: Best place to take venison for salamis and sausages in Hawkes bay

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    Best place to take venison for salamis and sausages in Hawkes bay

    Hey I'm just wondering what butcher/ company you take your venison to, to get turned into salamis and sausages in Hawkes bay. It would be greatly appreciated.

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    I can't answer your first question however I picked a mincer and sausage machine up off trade me and it ripped through about 10 kilos of meat pretty damn fast and it chewed up everything. I was well impressed. If you are that way inclined you may like to invest in doing it yourself, just an idea.
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    Until last week I had never made Salami and was knee deep in venison so decided to give it a try.
    I already owned a Bradly Smoker, mincer and internal thermometer so all I need to borrow was a sausage stuffer and by some casings.
    I used large size sausage casing (purchase from Trademe)
    I followed almost exactly the recipe in the Bradly book (if you don't have a book check their website) I trebled the amount of cracked pepper and used Maple Syrup instead of Corn syrup.
    It was a breeze to do and the product was outstanding. I've given away a lot to friends who all want more.
    Only things to watch is mix well (I did it in a plastic bin by hand) and make sure the internal temp of the Salami gets to 70C for a couple of hours.
    I'm sure there are more experienced Salami makers on the forum who may have better recipes but give it a go its easy and you will surprise your self on the quality of the product.
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    Rob Beard Wild Game Salamis Lawn Road .....
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    Rob does a very good job.

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    Agree, Wild Game salamis in Hastings. He's a top guy to deal with too.

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    Sweet thanks for the responses, I've taken it to a butcher in onkawa who does a good salami but sausages were very average. I'll give wild game a go.



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