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Old Mon, Aug-31-20, 18:05
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Cool recipe.

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Old Tue, Sep-01-20, 02:08
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Originally Posted by BlueVelvet
This is probably going to sound like a stupid question, but what does this taste like? Is it like the sausage patties that make up a McDonalds Sausage McMuffin? That is literally the only frame of reference I have for 'breakfast sausage' but if it's anything like McD's thing, I'd definitely be up for trying it out. (I know the other half would be totally stoked to eat them too!)
As a Brit, I would say that yes, it is very similar to the taste and texture of McD's sausage in their McMuffin.
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Old Tue, Sep-01-20, 14:43
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Woohoo! Thanks Demi. I don't know if it's a British thing, but I don't have any other experience of 'breakfast sausage' (other than just eating regular sausages in a full English) that the McDonald's one. Now that I know this is a similar tasting sausage, you have just made my other half very happy - me too! I can easily just make those for both of us and stick his in a muffin for a nice breakfast experience.

Big thanks to Razzle for the recipe too!
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Old Mon, Sep-14-20, 14:38
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Love this recipe! Absolutely delicious! I found the sausage to be spiced perfectly ( and that's without the cayenne)
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Old Mon, Jul-03-23, 15:06
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I hate making sausage, but I will pass the recipe on to my husband.
We also have problems finding a meats without sugar.
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