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    Anyone recommend a good one or one they really like?

    Never done breakfast patties before but this year I want to start trying it. Got to thinking the other day it’s a shame I never incorporate any game into breakfast. Then I wondered why I had never done breakfast patties before! Heck I have a grinder, not like it’s hard to put seasoning with the ground!

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    We get ours from Fareway. Ask for it at the meat counter.

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    I second Fairways its Witts season and they sell it cheap mix it 50% game 50% pork shoulder any less pork and it gets to dry.

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    x3 on fareway

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    Todd’s on E 14th in Des Moines Has all kinds of sausage seasonings.
    I get Italian and breakfast there as well as my ring bologna and summer sausage packages.

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    For “box kits” Lems or High Country aren’t too bad…

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    The Dahl’s/Pricechopper meat counter had a very good one. I asked them if I could buy it and they sold me a pouch at 3.99$/lb I use it in all my breakfast cooking not just my sausage.

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    I have used Todds, and like it.

    If you like sage, a few years back I tried a Hi-Mountain prairie sage seasoning that the whole family really liked.

    Just a heads up in case you have kids. My kids liked it when I made it in bulk or patties, but when I stuffed it in Sheep casings they turned up their noses a bit. Same with hot-dogs. My kids are so used to the skinless sausage links and hot dogs that they don’t like the texture of the casing. (but it doesn’t bother them on a brat). 🙂

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    Quote by: LoewDog

    x3 on fareway

    x4 on Fareway and a good place to get hi temp cheese if you do sticks

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