New sausage maker from the Philippines

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Post  spicey lady on Fri Sep 10, 2010 5:15 pm

Designasausage send goods to the Far East on their website.

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Also in Philippines

Post  Dannyg on Sat Aug 21, 2010 3:13 pm

Can you get any supplies in Philippines?

I also live here and find it difficult to get sausage ingredients

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New sausage maker

Post  spicey lady on Wed Mar 18, 2009 1:11 pm

The Designasausage starter kit without machine is the best way to get started and at 18-99 including delivery within the UK is great value. The collagen casing included has a two year shelf life and only needs to be kept dry and cool in a cupboard. it is easy to use too and does not need soaking or salting. The recipe book in the kit gives not only sausage recipes - but things like bacon, pepperoni and haggis as well as cold meats using the Designasausage products - all tried and tested by the Designasausage team.

Click on the link below to see the Starter sausage kit

http://www.designasausage.com/pages/completesausage.asp

To get the bulk packs - see the link below:

Happy sausage making



http://www.designasausage.com/pages/prodsnosub.asp?catid=18

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New sausage maker from the Philippines

Post  Tropicalpenpals on Wed Mar 18, 2009 7:53 am

Im an expat in the Philippines who loves sausages.. but local market is pretty poor and the speciality pricing is crazy! 6.00 for Bratwurst that are very similar to what you would find in Lidl for less than 2.00 Anyway earlier this year I bought a manual machine to get started and although have been very busy lately have decided the right time to start producing sausages for several reasons not just the pricing but also I want to know what is in what im eating especially after the latest horror stories out of China such as the melamine in baby food No

So my question is this if you were having to import a kit to get started what would you recommend. Ideally I would like skins that would last a couple of years due to the travelling aswell as needing to buy in bulk to save on freight costs. I also want to do bacon and salami. Any advice is appreciated as im back in the UK from next month so can send a few shipments if it gets expensive affraid

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