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Author Topic: Anyone have a great recipe for cured/fermented country style deer sausage?  (Read 230 times)

Offline Parasite

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So back in Illinois, I used to have a processor make cured/fermented deer sausage (50%deer/50%pork) for me that was awesome. I dont live there anymore however. I think they called it country style sausage, but it was probably just summer sausage. Besides awesome flavor, it was cold smoked (I believe) and cured/fermented for 6-8 weeks in the air,  not cooked under high heat during the smoking process. I absolutely HATE cooked summer sausage.

Anyone have a recipe like this they can share? Or know of a good online source for this type of recipe? I'd like to be able to do it on my own.

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So back in Illinois, I used to have a processor make cured/fermented deer sausage (50%deer/50%pork) for me that was awesome. I dont live there anymore however. I think they called it country style sausage, but it was probably just summer sausage. Besides awesome flavor, it was cold smoked (I believe) and cured/fermented for 6-8 weeks in the air,  not cooked under high heat during the smoking process. I absolutely HATE cooked summer sausage.

Anyone have a recipe like this they can share? Or know of a good online source for this type of recipe? I'd like to be able to do it on my own.
Sounds like you're talking about salami. A lot more involved than a standard sausage, but very doable at home with the right equipment.

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I'll let you know in 4 weeks if I have a good one or not.

 


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