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Jimmy Deans sausage rolls
I want to make breakfast sausage and stuff it into rolls just like jimmy deans with the metal crimped ends. What materials and equipment do I need as far as casings and sizes, tools and material to crimp ends, and what size stuffing tube should I use? By the way I have the 26lb motorized stuffer from Walton’s with the standard size tunes and a real nice grinder.
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All you need is 1# sausage bags, and hog rings and hog ring pliers. It would be much easier just to tape the ends shut using the poly bag sealer. I don’t believe Walton’s sells tubing like Jimmy Dean uses that requires both ends to be sealed for breakfast sausage.
Ben W So to get what you are looking for you would need either a Max Pac, a Bag & Casing Clipper or the real cheap version would be Autyo Load Hog Ring Plier but I am sure Jimmy Deans processor has a double crimping machine on a line that costs 10s of 1,000 of dollars. For bags, if you wanted continuous roll you could use the poly tubing
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Jonathon I’m a big fan of the poly tubing! It’s not inexpensive but a roll will last the average home producer for years!