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Old 10-30-2016, 05:26 PM   #1
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Polish Kabanosy Slim Jims Tomorrow

I've sheep casings, I've been meaning to use. I know I have enough salami/sausage/jerky and other deli meats to last me for a good couple of years, but this is fun.

And this looks damn good.



Looks pretty straight forward, after I pick up a few of the ingredients I don't have.

Kabanosy Recipe

I also gave to one of my neighbors a Salami Chub, so there's a gap in my freezer, that this will fill nicely.
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Old 10-31-2016, 08:06 PM   #2
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Wow! Very good, much better then the slim jims as the store. SJs at the store are 6.99 a pound. This is 6.99 for 5+ pounds.
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I might like that best of all. Looks very tasty.
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I might like that best of all. Looks very tasty.
Perfect hunting, bushwhacking snack. I feel an Elk crossing my view soon.
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I'm really impressed, you just may have stumbled on a new career.
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I'm really impressed, you just may have stumbled on a new career.
Better then at the store. stuffing the sheep casings is a PITA, but near the end I figured it out. No career, just an early cardiac arrest.
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Hey, 'Resident, I read the name of your thread and got intrigued.

But try at I might I cannot polish a Slim Jim beyond 15,000 grit. What's your secret?
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Hey, 'Resident, I read the name of your thread and got intrigued.

But try at I might I cannot polish a Slim Jim beyond 15,000 grit. What's your secret?
Eat it man, Eat...

I'm still trying to figure out how to polish my Gil Hibbens survival knife. I'm thinking and looking for a thin "something" that I can double stick tape to both sides of the blade. I'm hoping that in doing so I can reduce most of the crazy curves and help keep the back of the blade against the polishing ramp back fence. Any ideas?
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Originally Posted by montanaResident View Post
I have enough salami/sausage/jerky and other deli meats to last me for a good couple of years,...
Yeah,you ALWAYS write that, and it's never true is it!?
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Old 11-02-2016, 02:19 PM   #10
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Any ideas?
Call Ken and get some 1/2 size stones.

They even make rounded ones.
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