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Q: Are there any places that make real handmade sausages?

All the stuff at the store is just the crappy low-quality stuff. There has to be some delis around that make the good ones with real meat and seasonings. Anyone know of a place like that, and  how much they cost?

7 years 14 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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Ask martian, he's into sausages.

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Ask martian, he's into sausages.

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All of the Metro stores carry a rather complete line of fresh sausages, both German and Italian style but they are very expensive. A package of six freshly made Italian sausages will cost you about RMB 80, at the least.  Since Metro is a German store, there is also a rather complete line of German sausages.

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Have you tried Frank's German Sausage Shop, Room 107, Lane 1181, Xiu Yan Road, Kangqiao, Pudong, Shanghai? email: germansausagesh@gmail.com or a Shanghai telephone number 021-2090-4029. Overnight delivery in Shanghai.

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'Never trust a sausage maker, unless he/she is your family member!angel

''When butchers cut/separate animal, some parts belong to the trash bin. 'Sausage maker/meat grinder/sausage stuffer' is between cutting board and the trash bin. Most of the time, many animal's parts which belong to the trash are thrown into the sausage meat grinder. Just as 'instead', nothing more! Hot dogs are the worst of the sausage plethora''.

That's an advice of my friend/butcher in EU.
In China, I fancy 'ordinary smoked sausage' from Super. I like smoking taste of it, but I know sausage wasn't smoked. That's an additive, which give sausage 'smoked' flavour.

Most of the time, when I'm eating sausage in China, I think about 'poor dogs and what not' shredded in it.

Ancient thread, buTT....'it's lunch time'.

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Don't click the link, if you're 'too skinny', or you aren't into serious 'losing weight program' and you're ready for 'starving'. This thread was posted by fan of 'Italian cuisine!' O2, o2

http://answers.echinacities.com/question/anybody-has-receipe-maggot-stew...

 

They might be making some kind of sausages in Yingkou. Too! I can't breathe! Need scotch.

 

P.S.

I'm not sure, if they have 'online delivery' set up there.....I need help! I feel like LSD.......

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Farmers love their smoked products. I've seen my MIL stuff sausages at home, and they're made from prime cuts of meat (and a little too much fat), chopped fine by hand. Smoked pork is common, and sausage made from pork, then smoked. To be honest, smoking a sausage isn't that useful: The salty flavour and preserving comes from smoke particles that can penetrate into the juices of the meat. However, they're mostly blocked by the outside of a traditional sausage, which is basically a stretched bowel. Bowels prevent osmosis (diffusion of salts in liquids). The simple smoked pork is mouthwatering, though.

Smoked sausages as we know them in the supermarket, have a special skin that makes penetration of salts easier.

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I got these Johsonville off of tabao a couple of times. I thought they were pretty good.

I'm no 'Sausage Connoisseur' thk goodness

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