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    Johnsonville Sausage strips?

    I saw an add for these today. Here's a link to their page:

    https://www.johnsonville.com/sausage-strips.html

    #2
    Hmmm, they make my go to name brand brats so I guess I might have to give these a go.

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      #3
      I’ve tried these. Not too good in my opinion. Kind of bland flavor with the regular and the maple flavored was really way too heavy on the maple. Weird texture too. I won’t buy them again.

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      • tmaan235
        tmaan235 commented
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        Frosty, thanks for that.
        I was going to buy a package and take them to the hideout for the morning meal as a what if? I was hoping to get Johnsonville brat taste in a breakfast strip....

      • Murdy
        Murdy commented
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        tmaan235 Just take strip the content of a brat out of the casing and make patties.

      #4
      Hmmmm...Fryable pork strips...I'd give it a go...

      Probly slice my own, save a few bucks a pound...

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        #5
        It’s actually….an “ad” for these. One d. Carry on.

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          #6
          Other than the obvious hope for RT dollars (maybe they pay him already, who knows)... I really like this dude. I'm assuming he's having a breakfast beer, and that may unduly influence my opinion of him (suns up, chins up is my rule). Anyway I was a bit sad how thin these are. I wasn't envisioning a bacon replacement, but something more like European Kebab meat. A tad thicker but with some Johnsonville flavor.

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            #7
            Originally posted by Mr. Bones View Post
            Hmmmm...Fryable pork strips...I'd give it a go...

            Probly slice my own, save a few bucks a pound...
            This is what I thought. I'd likely just grab/make some bulk sausage, roll it out on a silpat and slice.

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              #8
              I tried them a few weeks ago too. My feelings were the same as Jfrosty27 and I was not at all impressed. I actually tossed half the package. They just ended up being really strange. Odd texture and weird taste. I did pellet grill them on a racked sheet pan like I do bacon, maybe they’d be better in a pan or on a griddle?

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              • Mr. Bones
                Mr. Bones commented
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                Probly ain't nuthin wrong with em, that a CI pan with some bacon grease couldn't overcome

              • glitchy
                glitchy commented
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                Mr. Bones it would be really hard to want open up the package to try them again after frying up bacon to get that grease though 🤪

              • Mr. Bones
                Mr. Bones commented
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                Copy yer last, Brother!

              #9
              I can imagine the looks I would get from my lot if I served them up a thin slices of sausage!!

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                #10
                Can't help but wonder if these were originally marketed as doggy treats but the dogs wouldn't eat them so........................

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                  #11
                  Adding on to the prior comments. I found them inedible served on a sandwich as well as standalone with eggs. Not recommended.

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                    #12
                    I saw them at a local supermarket recently and was somewhat intrigued. I didn't buy them, though.

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                      #13
                      This seems like one of those "just because you can, doesn't mean you should" things. Thanks to those who took one for the team.

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                        #14
                        I tried them and they sucked.

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                          #15
                          Saw them in the store and glad I passed....

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