In a big enough bowl mix together all the ingredients. However, some may venture to taste this mixture, it isn't recommended to eat raw meat.
Pull as much casing onto the tube of the filler as possible.
Tie a knot at the end of the casing and pull tightly to the end.
Make a small hole on top of the casing with a sharp knife that will allow the air getting out when the meat is getting filled.
Fill the filler with meat then put it together and start filling the casing. Make sure the air leaves the inside of the sausage by making more holes if necessary.
Hold down the casing with one hand while continuously pressing the meat out. Holding the casings tighter will result more dense sausages while letting it loose the sausages will be lighter. Too dense filling won't allow enough room to make the sausages and it may burst. Too light filling will make a sloppy sausage so we have to make just the right density.
Depending of the size of the filler we have to refill the machine until we have meat or casings available. It isn't recommended to make longer sausages than 3 feet / 90 cm as that would make them pretty uncomfortable to handle.
When the desired length is reached close the end with a knot.
Measure out the desired length then start making the sausage links by holding the bigger part still and rotating the smaller one. This will seal the space between two pieces well enough. Mind to rotate the second link into the opposite direction and then alternating the directions until the end otherwise the sections will open up again.
The sausages are ready to be frozen, fried or roasted!
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