• Is there anything different that you’re supposed to do when using super bind vs. the sure gel binder? I have used sure gel for many years without issue and when it was sold out I tried some of the super bind and the outcome was not good. So bad in fact I tossed the small batch of snack sticks and brats I used in the test. Everything was measured correctly but I did hand mix since it was a small batch. I’ve used carrot binder before without issue and super bind is supposed to be a mix of that and potato starch. The end result was dry, clumpy and I could taste the binder. The meat looked fine before smoking. Not enough water? Not mixed well enough?

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