Help me choose sausage seasoning

tugrivercopper

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I have made summer sausage from whitetail deer several times, ( as well as pepperoni and breakfast sausages) always used either high mountain or cabelas kits etc. always turned out great. I am wanting to try something different this year but having a hard time deciding which flavor to get. Let me know if u have tried any of these and what u thought, or let me know of any not listed u think i will like lol

Here is a list if what I am Looking at but cant decide between:

owensbbq: German Bologna Sausage

owensbbq: Red Barn Bologna Sausage

conyeager: Dutch Country Sweet

conyeager: Trail Bologna

conyeager: PA Deer Bologna

Butcherand Packer: Knockwurst Seasoning

Walton's: Landjeager Sesoning (their description says if you like dill pickle (but i hate dill pickle) but i have seen pics and pretty sure a thread on here and it looked good)

Walton's: Southern Sweet Kentucky Bourbon Sausage

Walton's: Longanisa Sweet Sausage
 

camping1601

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The Conyeager PA one is excellent IMO. My other favorites are the recipe from Meateater, Witt's (bought from ask the Meat Man), and my #1 favorite that's semi local from Thompsons meats in Jersey Shore PA. The Thompsons one is the home town favorite.
 

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I've done both of the Owen's you mentioned. I did them in a fully smoked/cooked sausage. It was my first and only attempt at doing a cooked sausage. I thought they were OK, not great. I have not used them since. I prefer raw, cold smoked sausage. The Red Barn would be my prefernce of those two mentioned; they are similar, but the RB has less garlic.

Every thing I've tried from Waltons has been Ok. But I have not tried any of the flavors you've mentioned.

I've not yet found any commercial seasonings that blow me a way. Seem to be moving to more simple, homemade for sausage.

1# meat
14.2 g Tenderquick
1.1 g coarse black pepper
60 g H20

^^^^ Simple, and delicous!
 

wavygravy

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I've used the PS Seasonings several times now to great applause, the two standouts were the Bratwurst and the Philly Cheese Steak with mozzarella added
 

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Leggs is excellent, Excalibur, Waltons, Collosimo’s. Waltons sells Excalibur as well. You won’t find Collosimos anywhere unless you make a trip to where it’s made.
 

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I’ve tried a few of these and they all have been excellent. AC Legg is great too

 
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