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Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Hey guys I'm looking for some sausage seasoning mixes for snack sticks without MSG. I contacted Curly's but all theirs for cured/smoked sausages have MSG. Any recommendations?

Posted on: 2016/11/27 18:14
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Look into the LEM products. Some of them contain no MSG.

Posted on: 2016/11/27 18:52
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Why are you worried about MSG?

Posted on: 2016/11/27 21:34
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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PS Seasoning has by far more seasonings than any other sausage company.Including sticks. They list 36. They have some of the same with or without MSG. Plus they have the option of getting enough for 12 1/2 lbs of meat or 25 lbs. So you can try some different ones w/o buying a large pkg and having to throw away because you don't like it. I always buy from them because of that.

To bad you didn't ask this last week. I ordered 5 brat and 3 stick seasonings on Saturday. My grandkids want to try a bunch of different ones, and they had free shipping over the weekend. Still, if you want a lot of choices.....they are the ones to order from. Almost all seasonings from the various companies are the same and come from Excalibur Seasoning. So get them where the price and shipping is the cheapest. Right now that is PS Seasoning

https://www.psseasoning.com/collections/sausage-seasoning/snack-sticks?page=1

Posted on: 2016/11/28 22:18
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Curley's keeps the MSG in a separate packet from the other seasoning mix. You can add it in or not....it's optional.

Posted on: 2016/12/6 22:35
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Verle wrote:
Why are you worried about MSG?

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Posted on: 2016/12/7 8:40
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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I have never tried Walton's - but here is a link to a no MSG kit they have.
https://www.waltonsinc.com/summer-unit-107-no-msg-seasoning
If you try one, let us know what you think!

Posted on: 2016/12/7 9:33
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Is that all you have to go on sunkinboat?

Posted on: 2016/12/7 14:02
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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There are a lot of people out there that cant have MSG, that is why the question was asked. Check out MSG and why some cant tolorate it on Google. The original question was a good one. These are medical issues so it's important. good luck.

Posted on: 2016/12/7 17:14
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Re: Sausage seasoning with no MSG
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Also why would you want to put something in your body when it doesn't improve any part of the meal and could be bad for your healt.. It's part of the reason we started doing our own processing over a decade ago. Another thing to keep in mind is that you don't always need to use a cure. Read up on when you do and don't need it as it is not good stuff for you. The chemicals in the cure is the reason they say processed meat is not good for you. We do use it when it is needed but when it's not we don't. I'm not trying to be mr conspiracy I just think there is nothing wrong with being informed and making healthy decisions.

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