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Pork sausage is one of the many great ways to enjoy pork. On the weekends I get my hands on a good country sausage biscuit, occasionally. The sausage comes from a farmer who is responsible for the pig that goes into it. The biscuits are sublime and the sausage is spiced up just right. If you haven’t taken a foray into creating your own sausage, the time has come. This article comes from a homesteader and offers up a recipe for making your own sausage.
One of the best parts about making sausage is that you have the ability to spice it anyway you like. This is such a great option for the average person. I like my sausage to be spicy so I add a little more red pepper flake to my sausage mix. I think you will come up with your own mixes after a while as well.
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