The first step in making sausage is to grind your meat. Here are the most popular manual and electric meat grinders. For more models, check out or full selection of meat grinders
, from the small #5 all the up to the big #32 meat grinders.
You can follow a recipe and gather your own ingredients separately, or just get a delicious sausage seasoning mix. Here are just a few popular seasoning mixes. We have over 80 sausage seasoning mixes
to choose from.
You can mix your sausage seasonings into your ground meat by hand in a mixing bowl, but a meat mixer
makes the job so much easier, especially for large batches.
It's very easy to stuff your seasoned ground meat into sausage casings with a sausage stuffer
. You can use your meat grinder with sausage stuffing tubes to stuff your sausages, but a sausage stuffer is easier to control, especially if you are doing large batches of sausage.
The sausage casing you select can greatly enhance your sausage making and eating experience. Sausage casings are available in various types and sizes. The four general categories of sausage casings are Natural Casings, Collagen Casings, Fibrous Casings, and Synthetic Casings. We prefer to use natural casings for our sausage. A natural casing in our opinion gives the best flavor and appearance to the final sausage product. We offer a selection of over 60 varieties of sausage casings
. Here are the top sellers.