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Old 04-04-2009, 10:03 AM   #1
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Fatty question.

Hey guys, i have a few questions about this "Fatty"

I see that basicaly is just a whole bunch of sausage rolled and stuffed... ok, i can do that. But where are you guys getting the sausage? I was looking around and i diddnt see any ground sausage or anything.. so what are you guys using?? Am i gonna end up needing a meat grinder to make me a fatty?

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Old 04-04-2009, 10:13 AM   #2
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If I don't have any ground pork or homemade sausage around, I'll take the meat out of store bought sausages. (I use Italian) A pound of sausage makes a real nice fattie!
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Old 04-04-2009, 10:20 AM   #3
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So even the store bought ones have to be sent trough a grinder though right?

What exactly is the diffrence between like an italian sausage and a "brat" or are they the same thing?
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Most folks start with a pound of breakfast sausage like Jimmy Dean's.
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Old 04-04-2009, 03:43 PM   #5
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So even the store bought ones have to be sent trough a grinder though right?

What exactly is the diffrence between like an italian sausage and a "brat" or are they the same thing?
No, don't have to grind them. Just push the meat out of the casing. Difference between brats and italian is the seasonings. Some folks do breakfast, I don't care much for the taste.
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We use the jimmy Deans mostly for fattys I like th etaste and texture of it.
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I usually grind my own, as then I have control over the fat content, and flavor profile - plus the fatty can include more than just pork!
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My wife just sends him outside to cook....
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Dave, your being too kind to yourself!
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