How To Link Sausages In Threes

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How To Link Sausages In Threes

Postby Paul Kribs » Fri May 21, 2010 4:21 am

I notice that the 'How To Link Sausages' link on the main site does not take you where it is supposed to. When I made the video clip I put a reduced version on my webspace, so if anyone wishes to learn how to Link Sausages In Threes, click HERE

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links in pairs

Postby spudeye » Fri May 21, 2010 5:44 am

Thanks Paul I have 3 down pat.
So for the twos or pairs (I like to do hog that I stuff firmer / fuller especially chicken in pairs) is it easier to lay the unlinked sausage out and make a fold back on itself at mid length. Decide on the length U want and working from the folded over or bottom of the V, squeeze the two links at that point and twist them together. Work your way down the length..
Or is there an even easier way. Please tell .. :?

Great video you did as well, its the best out here .
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links in pairs

Postby spudeye » Thu May 27, 2010 5:06 am

Well I guess I must be doing it OK then, no responses or not even a "what U on about comment" :cry: it has been a few days, sorry Guys but expected something al least from the experienced experts:wink:

Thanks anyways
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Re: links in pairs

Postby BriCan » Thu May 27, 2010 5:47 am

spudeye wrote:Well I guess I must be doing it OK then, no responses or not even a "what U on about comment" :cry: it has been a few days, sorry Guys but expected something al least from the experienced experts :wink:

Thanks anyways
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I'm not that experienced, had forty odd years at it and am still learning :?

Will make an attempt to read and digest wot you scribed but bare wiv me as I have been going since eight this morning and it's close to midnight :roll:
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Re: links in pairs

Postby BriCan » Thu May 27, 2010 6:03 am

spudeye wrote:So for the twos or pairs (I like to do hog that I stuff firmer / fuller especially chicken in pairs) is it easier to lay the unlinked sausage out and make a fold back on itself at mid length.


Purrfect so far as this is what I do


spudeye wrote:Decide on the length U want and working from the folded over or bottom of the V, squeeze the two links at that point and twist them together.


So far so good. there is one slight, and I do mean slight problem; your solution for them not to come untwisted if you was to hang them up to dry.:oops:

If you take one end and thread it threw the (twisted) loop you made all would be well. Just remember to alternate each side going threw the loops as you come down the chain.


spudeye wrote:Or is there an even easier way. Please tell .. :?

To be really honest with you with all my years of making sausage I find this the teadest, yes there is an easier way of doing this ........ have some one else do it for you. :) I will get my skins .......... :oops:
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Re: How To Link Sausages In Threes

Postby senorkevin » Mon May 26, 2014 6:05 pm

The link doesn't work :(
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Re: How To Link Sausages In Threes

Postby BriCan » Mon May 26, 2014 6:56 pm

senorkevin wrote:The link doesn't work :(


Try this one. :D :D


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHa9vTxOsJE
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Re: How To Link Sausages In Threes

Postby BriCan » Mon May 26, 2014 6:58 pm

But what do I know
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Re: How To Link Sausages In Threes

Postby elmo » Sun May 28, 2017 3:51 pm

BriCan wrote:
senorkevin wrote:The link doesn't work :(


Try this one. :D :D


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHa9vTxOsJE


Cool videos, thank you so much for sharing!
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