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    Default Bologna

    Bologna
    100 lbs ground beef
    3oz pepper (scant)
    1 lb sugar
    8 lbs hot water
    4 lbs Tender-Quick
    1oz salt peter

    2 oz accent

    Grind beef once, then add salt mixture and water and grind again. Let set 4 days, then grind again. Stuff in bags and smoke. Boil 30 minutes, then put in cans and cold pack for 3 hours.
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    Do you really mean "100" pounds of ground beef?

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    Well my husband is the one who makes it (its actually good) and this is the recie he got from his boss about 12 years back, so I ran through my handwritten recipes and saw this and that is why I posted it....I kinda wondered too, but he said he always cut it down when he was making it for us at home. Hope this helped some
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    wow.. it actually sounds good.. homemade bologna..

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    Hubby makes it and it lasts awhile!!
    Tragedy, sadness, loneliness and despair taught me that life is really a beautiful thing; if it wasn't I wouldn't be able to recognize that anything was wrong - Lynn in Virginia

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    Sounds interesting but bologna is cheap enough to buy.

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    my hubby likes making his own though
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    Sounds good. I like 'homemade' or as I say 'made from scratch'. You always know what is in it!

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