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I have a starting point if anyone else out there had any thoughts or comments. Received this information from a friendly butcher: "I'm not entirely sure how these pockets you're describing would be achieved but my best guess is (and sorry if this sounds less than appetizing) that they do indeed have...
- Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:33
- Forum: Hyde Park
- Topic: Australian And New Zealand Resources Discusion
- Replies: 188
- Views: 80123
Master Butchers in Canning Vale, Western Australia is another that should go on the list. They are different to the MBL in Adelaide. http://www.mbl.com.au/ Full range of goodies in a massive store. Supply most of Perth's retail butchers with all their needs. They do freeze their casings though which...
A German smallgoods store in Perth (Western Australia) sells a 'schublig' sausage, and I am very curious how they achieve these wonderful pockets of juicy air in the meat. I don't know how they do it but it is sensational. Kind of like cheese that bursts in your mouth, but it has no cheese in it and...