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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


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If you have ever visited a vienna sausage factory, I can guarantee you will never eat one again x( x(


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:09 am 
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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


Only processed thing I eat is the Spar branded Cheese Grillers every now and then. Tried those yet? It's made by a German butcher here in KZN that we do business with. Very good actually. He now also does the cheese grillers with chilli in. Yum!


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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


Only processed thing I eat is the Spar branded Cheese Grillers every now and then. Tried those yet? It's made by a German butcher here in KZN that we do business with. Very good actually. He now also does the cheese grillers with chilli in. Yum!

Which butchery is that?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 8:59 am 
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Processed meat in South Africa (from these big firms) is mostly shit. You do not feed a kid such stuff, if you have something else available.

If you have to, heat the "meat" to more than 74Celsius, that will do the pasteurising trick. Unless rotten already, of course.

Note: Just for kicks, I bought a pack of Enterprise viennas, ate one raw.
I almost puked, but that was from the taste.
My stomach can handle the worst bugs possible, I am sure, even the old Army "jippo guts" used to have a hard time affecting me ...


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FFS kids these days are so pampered they don’t even get fed a bit of processed pork anymore?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:12 am 
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FFS kids these days are so pampered they don’t even get fed a bit of processed pork anymore?



It is not really pork. Google "white slime" x(

https://www.iol.co.za/business-report/e ... k-13603417


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:24 am 
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Yuk.

https://www.thealternativedaily.com/mec ... d-poultry/


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:29 am 
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Bought a 3kg sausage maker like this one https://www.expondo.co.uk/royal-caterin ... zwQAvD_BwE

With a variety of nozels, I get the skins online and make my own.

Delicious.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:32 am 
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Never ate polony again after my army service. We used to get a thick slice/wedge of the stuff regularly for lunch when I was in the army in Walvis Bay. They were un-affectionately called Elephant Virgins and that stuck with me. The taste was pretty awful.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:35 am 
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You bloke's don't know what processed is.

Try eating a Richmond's Sausage. The Irish Recipe...


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If you're sausage isn't made of at least 50% eyelids and arseholes, it's not a proper sausage.


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Jeff the Bear wrote:
If you're sausage isn't made of at least 50% eyelids and arseholes, it's not a proper sausage.



We ran out of arseholes. They substituted with haemorrhoids and foreskins.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:39 am 
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I've never had polony before, despite being a broke ass student for a few years in Cape Town. I have to admit I did like viennas (it took me ages to realise Vienna = Wien in German), particularly chopped up in a bowl of instant noodles. Russians were nice to slice and to put on a grilled cheese.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:58 am 
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Bunch of snobs on here. I eat what I get. There's no taste a bit of All Gold cant fix.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:44 am 
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Bunch of snobs on here. I eat what I get. There's no taste a bit of All Gold cant fix.

:lol:

Not snobs I don't think...the internet and social media has made us more aware of everything


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Jeff the Bear wrote:
If you're sausage isn't made of at least 50% eyelids and arseholes, it's not a proper sausage.



Seriously....* puke *


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Stay safe boets :shock: :uhoh:


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:48 pm 
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Chilli wrote:
Dimebag wrote:
Sards wrote:
I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


Only processed thing I eat is the Spar branded Cheese Grillers every now and then. Tried those yet? It's made by a German butcher here in KZN that we do business with. Very good actually. He now also does the cheese grillers with chilli in. Yum!

Which butchery is that?


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Russians were nice to slice


Russian sausages are a huge step up in quality and taste from a vienna or a piece of polony. :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:53 pm 
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SA has got such great meat and fish, at such cheap prices (to a Pom), I'm amazed anyone would eat processed meats out there.

your Polony, viennas, sausages - are all quite meh tbh, boerewors is lovely though.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
FFS kids these days are so pampered they don’t even get fed a bit of processed pork anymore?



It is not really pork. Google "white slime" x(

https://www.iol.co.za/business-report/e ... k-13603417




I can't help but thinking there was a MAJOR misunderstanding somewhere.

"I can get you some white sh!t from South America for under R 4 per kilo".

The idiot thinking he's getting the best deal ever probably had plans to make a killing re-selling at the Oscar Awards.


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Wilson's Toffee wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
FFS kids these days are so pampered they don’t even get fed a bit of processed pork anymore?



It is not really pork. Google "white slime" x(

https://www.iol.co.za/business-report/e ... k-13603417



x( I’d rather eat offal than that shit.


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We should all be eating ostrich meat anyway, it's healthier, cheaper to produce, quicker to grow and less environmentally damaging as farting beef.


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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons

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There is no better meat in the world like a good old Karroo lamb saddle chop.


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Unless in Europe I don't eat processed meat.


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Unless in Europe I don't eat processed meat.

UK's red meat taste like kak. I wont even go to their processed meat. I am not sure if its Eastern European meat.


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Unless in Europe I don't eat processed meat.

UK's red meat taste like kak. I wont even go to their processed meat. I am not sure if its Eastern European meat.

that or kiwi ... :twisted:


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Dimebag wrote:
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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


Only processed thing I eat is the Spar branded Cheese Grillers every now and then. Tried those yet? It's made by a German butcher here in KZN that we do business with. Very good actually. He now also does the cheese grillers with chilli in. Yum!

Which butchery is that?


Freys



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Sards wrote:
I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


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Sandstorm wrote:
Bullettyme wrote:
Russians were nice to slice


Russian sausages are a huge step up in quality and taste from a vienna or a piece of polony. :thumbup:


But does it make a good Gatsby


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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


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Dimebag wrote:
Chilli wrote:
Dimebag wrote:
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I have never liked polony. Far too processed for me. And can't stand the vienna's either. I did like the cheese russians but that's all a thing of the past. Who's for a Polony Gatsby .

Thankfully my taste in sausage meant that my kids never got to eat the Enterprise stuff. It used to be imported German sausage and now I use a local Eastern Cape farmer. He guarantees none of the offall and additives normally found in products and you can really taste the difference. I get a shipment every month from him ( in fact he will deliver today) and his prices are really good. And my kids love his salami and cheese russians. His mince is also outstanding. When we have burger night we only use his mince. And in cottage pie you can really taste the difference.

So how has Enterprises disaster affected your families Klingons


Only processed thing I eat is the Spar branded Cheese Grillers every now and then. Tried those yet? It's made by a German butcher here in KZN that we do business with. Very good actually. He now also does the cheese grillers with chilli in. Yum!

Which butchery is that?


Freys



Lol. Was at school with this lot.



I bought from Frey's a couple of times when on holiday. Decided it's better to buy meat at Pick & Pay than Frey's, which says something.


For me, Bluff in Toti is the one to go to.

There used to be a butcher way down south, close to Mac Banana's....some obscure little butchery in the middle of somewhere and nowhere, which had awesome Boerewors, biltong and droëwors. Rest of their meat was okayish though.


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I bought from Frey's a couple of times when on holiday. Decided it's better to buy meat at Pick & Pay than Frey's, which says something.


For me, Bluff in Toti is the one to go to.

There used to be a butcher way down south, close to Mac Banana's....some obscure little butchery in the middle of somewhere and nowhere, which had awesome Boerewors, biltong and droëwors. Rest of their meat was okayish though.


This is a different brother from the one running Michael Frey's butchery. He operates from Cato Ridge Abattoir.


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Lol. Was at school with this lot.


Small world. We're doing business with Walter.


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We should all be eating ostrich meat anyway, it's healthier, cheaper to produce, quicker to grow and less environmentally damaging as farting beef.


Harder to catch though.


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http://boerandbutcher.co.za/

End of discussion


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Friend brought some home made deer sausage last night

Will cook later and give my feedback


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