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Old December 21, 2018   #1
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got a pretty good deal on a champion juicer, was planning on using it for emilsifing ground meat for hot dogs and liver wurst with it, but see they sell a tomato screen for it too, was wondering if anyone has one and uses it for tomatoes? thanks--- tom
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Old December 22, 2018   #2
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No but hotdogs and liverwurst got my attention.

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Old December 22, 2018   #3
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used a braunschwiger recipe, but didn't smoke it, can't see how smoke will penetrate a plastic casing anyways, so just call it liver sausage. made with deer liver and pork, ground it in the grinder first, then in the food prosesser a little at a time, came out pretty good but not as fine as i would like---tom
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here's a pic. hole in middle is from thermometer, another thing i'd do different is after stuffing is tamp it up and down on the counter a bit to get the air bubbles out. lol but it tastes good!---tom
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Tom that looks fantastic.
My stuff has thermometer holes too.

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Old January 10, 2019   #6
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here's how the ground venison and pork looks like coming out of the juicer lol, seems to work good for making hot dogs. lol---tom
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Looks like you're having so much fun, Tom; I never would have thought to put meats through a juicer!
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Old January 10, 2019   #8
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going in smoker tomorrow---tom
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Tom, great looking wieners! Looks like you are you using sheep casings? What size?
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yes think they were 24mm, would of prefered a little bit bigger tho.they were a little too snug on the 1/2 inch tube, so had to use the really small slim jim tube, which made it a bit tougher to fill. my other tube of casings were bigger, wish i would of grabbed those ones instead, thought they were all the same size. lol--tom
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done! maybe too much smoke , color got a bit dark, but that's ok, just hanging to let bloom a bit then cut and in frig. lol--tom
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encore, those look good! My Champion juicer looks very different than yours does, and would probably never handle meat at all. The juice part comes out of a spout and the vegetable matter is separated from the juice into another container. Haven't used it in many years, too messy to clean, LOL.
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