Breakfast sausage recipes?

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    Anyone have good breakfast sausage recipes for venison? Or a brand you have used and enjoy?
    Thanks in advance.



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    Lems is great and easy. I like the hot best.
     
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    I make it quite a bit. A very simple way:
    Ingredients:
    Deer grind, 18% pork suet, whatever pork breakfast sausage seasoning you prefer. I like to do about 20 to 25 lbs batches.
    How:
    I grind the deer meat the first time through my grinder with the biggest die it came with installed. Add in suet here and there to try to get even spread. I have the suet cut into about 1" wide, 3" long strips.
    After all of it is ground together the first time I add the seasoning and hand mix it really well. I then let it sit for about 10 minutes so most of the seasoning dissolves, and then hand mix well one more time.
    I then install the smallest die my grinder came with. It produces burger about like what you buy in the store. Run all the burger through the grinder again. It feeds pretty slow this second time. It feeds a bit better if you add some moisture. I like to put a handful of the first run burger on the grinder tray and hit it with a couple spritz's of water from a spray bottle before pushing it down the feed tube.
    After it is all ground, wrap up in whatever size packages you prefer.
     
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    75/25 venison to pork fat, grind though a 3/8 plate, grind through 1/4 plate, salt, black pepper, ground sage, red peper flakes, a splash of ice water...mix it then make patties and vacuum seal it or use freezer wrap.

    An even better mix ratio is 3, 2, 1. Three pounds venison, two pounds pork shoulder, one pound pork fat back. that will work for great for many pork based/ game sausage recipes.
     
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    I buy my own but anyone got any processing tips on this Intrested sin making my own this year
     
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    I used the LEM breakfast kit. I make 5# batches so it's 4# venison and 1# bacon through the grinder.

    I also used the LEM kit for brats and added some high temp cheddar to the mix. Smoked on a GMG Davy Crockett.

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    this is an absolutely phenomenal breakfast sausage blend
     

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