What’s a sausage?
In China, you don’t really need a recipe, because the people at Sausages.com are already making them.
The site, which specializes in sausage-making in China, features recipes ranging from the simple to the complicated.
We’ve tried them all, and they’re pretty darn good.
We know it because we’ve made a bunch of them.
So we decided to give them our own review.
(And yes, we will include links to the recipes in our next article.)
How much sausage is it?
A typical Sausies.com sausage recipe costs roughly 10 yuan (around $1.25), but we’re talking about about about a pound or two.
A full-sized piece costs between 2 and 3 yuan (roughly $1 to $1,8).
(And remember, it takes a while for the sausage to become firm.)
And, of course, you can buy a bunch in bulk and make a whole sausage.
So how long does it take?
You can make a huge batch of sausage at home in two minutes.
That’s because the sausage itself is just a large bag of ground pork.
(It can be used for other things as well.)
So the sausage will be quite firm.
If you want to go a little bit slower, you could cook it in a large pot or microwave oven for about 20 minutes.
What about salt?
We’ve found that Chinese sausage makers usually add a bit of salt to the cooking liquid.
And, you know, the extra salt is essential to the quality of the sausage.
But don’t worry if you’re not a sausage fan.
The salt is optional.
(That’s a common Chinese practice, we’ve found.)
Just be sure to let the sausage cook through.
And don’t expect the sausage you make to be as tasty as the real thing.
You might get more tender sausage with the addition of a little more salt.
What are the other benefits of a sausage recipe?
The first thing you want is that the sausage has a good chew and a nice texture.
It’s also good for the digestive system, and it’s good for your joints, which are in the process of healing.
Sausaging is a good alternative to traditional cooking, because you can use the sausage in a variety of ways.
It also means that the Chinese people know what to do with it, so there are plenty of recipes to choose from.
And for the most part, it’s a very good idea to try out a variety before buying it.
But you can always order a batch online, and the sausage is typically sold in bulk.
And while you might not get the same results as you would if you ordered it at home, you might end up getting a lot more sausage in two hours.
So don’t be shy!
The most important thing is to make sure that the ingredients are all prepared before you start.
What you don’ t need is a recipe that doesn’t tell you how to make the sausage properly.
And this is a big problem.
If someone tells you to use the cooking oil to cook the sausage, for example, you’ll get a lot of heat and not enough flavor.
If the recipe doesn’t say how to cook it, you’re probably going to get overcooked.
You should always have the ingredients ready before you begin making a recipe.
And if you make a mistake, just let me know and I’ll fix it.
So, for a sausage that is going to be eaten with a meal, we’d recommend trying out a few recipes.
For a simple recipe, we recommend using pork.
Pork, with its unique texture, is the most common ingredient.
It comes in two different cuts, which we’ll cover in detail.
Pork is also known as pig, so it is sometimes referred to as pig-like meat.
If using pork, you should also be aware that the cooking time depends on how much fat is added to the sausage: It takes about 10 minutes to cook a pound of pork in the stock, which is about half of what you’ll need for a full-size sausage.
(This is why it’s often recommended to cook pork with a few tablespoons of extra fat in the meat.)
And if using pork instead of beef, you will need about a half pound of extra meat to cook one pound of sausage.
Pork tends to be much more tender than beef, so be sure you have plenty of room to cook.
We have also included a couple of other recipes that use pork, including one that uses duck, and one that makes a whole-hog sausage.
You’ll also want to make a few substitutions.
Here’s a list of other common ingredients you might want to try: butter, vinegar, sugar, salt, flour, eggs, salt and pepper.
(You can also add herbs, such as thyme or oregano.)
And remember, if you want a sausage with