When I was shopping in the supermarket today, I scouted the meat aisle in the hope of getting some sausages but was unable to find any suitable for paleo as they all contained rice flour, corn syrup, preservatives and other stuff with numbers Sooooooo, tomorrow I will head to the local butcher shop and I will of course ask if they have added this stuff, but just concerned they might have a premix they add and not really know what is in it or something.I'm in Australia if that makes a difference to how they're usually made at local butchers. I love sausages, and considering it is fat and organs encased in intestine, they sound pretty paleo as far as I can tell, so long as they don't have all that other stuff in it.
I've had sausages done with no binder, they still worked great as a sausage. The whole needs a binder thing is bullshit with regards to sausages, the skin is all the binder it needs.
Quote from: samjohn on December 16, 2011, 02:02:09 AMI've had sausages done with no binder, they still worked great as a sausage. The whole needs a binder thing is bullshit with regards to sausages, the skin is all the binder it needs.I've found exactly the same thing. I buy organic sausages from a local farming company which are just meat, skin and herbs. Why they need anything in them besides that is beyond me...
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