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Tip 1

The natural casings are dry, tough, stiff.

⇒ Insufficient desalting. This causes a tough and hard natural casing.

 

The natural casings are lying in a tub of cold water. Now there are holes.

⇒ The natural casings were not totally immersed in the water. As a result bacteria were formed on the part of the natural casing which is located above water.

 

I rinced the natural casings and placed them in lukewarm water. I see that I... More

Tip 2

An honest product starts with a honest label. Making the right decision will save you money and the right decision always starts with the right information.

Above all, you should pay attention to the following points:

Quantity: Often this is unclear. Packs of an average of 91 meters (1 Hank = 100 yards) are standard. So make sure that you know exactly what you are buying. The calibre: choose the right diameter for the right sausage. Did you... More

Tip 3

The globally recognized unit of measurement for hog casings and sheep casings is called the "Hank":

1 Hank = 100 yards = 91,4 meters

When sorting it is not possbile that 91,4 meters are always supplied precisely, otherwise the calibration or the length per end would suffer. The rule here is that the number of meters varies between 88 and 92 meters. The average of 10 Hanks must be 91,4 meters per "Hank".

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