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    The grinding attachment for my wife's mixer did just fine this past November on a doe and eight pointer (about a hundred total pounds, half of which was ground).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkenhunter50 View Post
    For the Lebanon Bologna, did you use a spice kit or some homemade ingredients? Have been looking at getting the spice kit for that from Waltons.
    We have made 2 batches already
    The waltons premix and a homemade mix
    Waltons was good tangy if you add the recommended citric acid
    The homemade was also very good
    Smoked both batches about 6 hrs starting at 120 and bumping up 10 degrees wvery hr till 165 internal . no smoke first 45 minutes
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    Quote Originally Posted by firebyprolong View Post
    Was it too dry or did you lose fat during smoking?
    Getting the lean/fat ratio right can drastically improve the flavor and texture in deer. Soy protein is a huge help in summer sausage, salami and bologna. A different trick with deer is to add a little lean beef and or pork in the mix. I grind 10% beef and 10-15% beef fat into my burger, it helps hold the fat during cooking and ads a lot of flavor. In my sausages I go anywhere from 10% pork buts up to 50% and 10% pork fat up to 30%, depending on product. We just ground 400 ish pounds of deer yesterday and made 30lbs of polish sausage. I can't really call that polish "deer sausage" because it's more pork than deer but it's really good anyway.
    Not enough fat first batch. Now doing 50% deer 50% pork butt and spices. Everyone i have given burgers to love them and want more
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