circlestaxidermy We have https://meatgistics.waltons.com/category/16/how-to-make-meat-recipes that has recipes and processes for most thing, and https://meatgistics.waltons.com/category/37/meatgistics-university for more in-depth information on each product.
With all the Corona virus scare and being stuck at home is it safe to do fresh sausage like brats and breakfast sausage and if you were infected without knowing it to freeze them with out bringing the virus back to your area again
huntducks My initial thought is that is a question I shouldn’t answer before getting some additional info… But, I’d say it could go either way. Some things will not survive freezing, but some will. It just kind of depends.
I will have to ask our in-house food science specialist, and see what kind of info or advice he may have tomorrow. I don’t want to give any firm answer without speaking with him first.
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In all seriousness, if cooked properly I don’t think it would be an issue.
I’d recommend everyone take a day and do what I did this weekend. Make sure you have some extra supplies and then turn the media and your electronics off for a day or at least a few hours! I did that Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening and I feel nicely refreshed and not as doom and gloom! I made some Hatch Green Chili Chicken Brats with cold phosphate, carrot fiber and hot pepper cheese, added some cure and am going to deep freeze them today! Saying they were good wouldn’t be fair to them, they were amazing. Absolutely going to use this as a Gamebird Gorumet recipe!
Id Like to add that it has also been noted that the virus can not survive temperature and that cooking to 160 should kill it.
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proper sanitation / wash them hands / no coughing into the meat - Saul Good Man!