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    Hi Mountain Seasonings

    Had some of my breakfast sausage this am, it was fantastic! I used their Prairie Sage seasoning along with a 60/40 mixture of antelope (60%) and pork shoulder roast. Used the course grind setup and then vacume packed it. Really came out great, not too spicy (according to my wife who is not into really spicey food).

    I will be using their Bratwurst kit for brats next. After I get them stuffed, then they will go into the smoker for a couple of hours @ 125 degrees, Then frozen to be put on the BBQ later.

    Good product .....and an Eastman's advertiser
    Last edited by Colorado Cowboy; 11-04-2012 at 11:40 AM.
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