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Hi all, I am going to make my own sausages but am a little confused with case sizes and size of the funnel I need. I wonder if anyone can shed some light on this. I want to make a reasonable size sausage (width) around 1.75 inches. What size cases should I use and what size funnel.

Also, where can I purchase the funnel from apart from China.

I have heard or read that Makro sell the cases, is that rue? I will check this weekend.

 

Many thanks for any replies.

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Depends which Makro you use I suppose, my local Makro in Sattahip does not stock them. But Lazada have plenty, most come from China, but only took about a week to arrive. As a previous poster stated u

Use pigs intestines ..or no casing at all

Collagen casings are the best/easiest to use   http://www.botthailand.com/casing/collagen-casing.html

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Makro also have a shop called Champ (I think). They're usually found somewhere in the Makro car park. They sell Thai brand commercial kitchen equipment. You should find your funnels there.

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20mm for standard size bangers. they will get bigger filling out the casing. 15mm for chipolatas. i know a supplier in the UK who ship these out worldwide. 

maybe you're doing them for yourself, friends,family etc and no need for high production runs. then the manual screw a handle ones doing about 3-5 kg would suffice. 30mm nozzle as less pressure delivered. you'll end up with one arm like popeye though.

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Lobo Thailand food supplies has online shop for different type of casings and additives for sausauge making such as nitrite salt and phosphate.

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Sausage stuffers are widely available in thailand and come with multiple nozzles just search FB in thai language. natural casing are the way to go i use to have a source but cant find it

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Sausage vs burger, whats the difference apart from shape and skin? The meat and flavourings can be the same.

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On 10/5/2020 at 4:34 PM, JoePai said:

Collagen casings are the best/easiest to use

 

http://www.botthailand.com/casing/collagen-casing.html

Collagen casings are <deleted>!!! Pork / sheep casings are top!!! The best casings size for sausages like bratwurst is 28-30. But they are very rare and expensive now about the african swine fever in china, ...

You don't need really a mincer / grinder because your can buy minced pork/chicken/beef.

If you want do it only for yourself you can start with this one: https://www.lazada.co.th/products/s-tuffer-salami-i991442917-s2157440493.html

If you want start to sell it's better to buy a 
mincer / grinder and a sausages stuffer.

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/stuffer-5lbs-4-maker-i501608239-s891588400.html

Casings you can buy here: https://www.google.com/search?q=ไส้หมูหมักเกลือ&source=lnt&tbs=qdr:m&sa=X

Better a Thai write to they and ask for prices. 😉

Bon appetite
 

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Makro hog casings are good enough for home made sausages. Only problem with them is the amount of holes in them and the variety in caliber size. 

Every big wet market has at least one shop where you can buy them fresh salted or else ask a Thai sausage vendor where he/she gets 'm.

What OP wants is a 40 - 45 mm caliber and I believe that is too wide for regular sausages. 30 - 35 mm is better.

BOT ingredients BKK have indeed collagen casings, but you have to buy minimum 1 box and they are expensive. Also collagen won't bent when stuffed. 

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8 minutes ago, stouricks said:

Sausage vs burger, whats the difference apart from shape and skin? The meat and flavourings can be the same.

No difference except you do get a crunch with sausage skins, probably sausages might be easier to store and make hot dogs.

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3 hours ago, CLW said:

Lobo Thailand food supplies has online shop for different type of casings and additives for sausauge making such as nitrite salt and phosphate.

Thanks but can you be more precise? I checked Lobo site, but saw no casings or curing salts. Thanks

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Casinga in Makro are around 350 baht for a package Sorry dont know the size I just saw 2 days ago in Udon

I saw a girl on youtube doing Lao sausages all she used was the end of a pop(Coke ) Bottle Slower but it does the job

 

Good luck 

Rather than sausages start out with patties to get the taste right then move onto sausages

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