Meatgistics: Salt. Seasonings. Savings.
Learn about salt, why it is used in meat products, and how it functions with Walton's and Meatgistics. Plus, save $10 on your next order with coupon code MEATGISTICS27 Watch the video, read the guide, and then post your questions or comments below.
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New Product Spotlight
Our new items for today are the new Excalibur MRT Sausage & Meatloaf Seasoning plus the new Excalibur MRT Smoke Flavored Sugar Cure and Excalibur MRT Sugar Cure Seasonings. Three seasonings recently discontinued by Morton that were popular for a variety of meat products and each of these new seasonings have been custom blended by Excalibur to be a custom match to the now discontinued Morton seasonings. The sausage and meatloaf seasoning can be easily measured out for 1 lb increments of sausage using 1 level tablespoon of seasoning per pound of meat for a simple fresh pork sausage. The Sugar Cure and Smoke Flavored Sugar Cure are great for country-style hams and other cured meats. Visit waltonsinc.com/new to order these new seasonings for making sausage, meatloaf, country-style hams, and other cured meats.
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