sausage casing

sausage casing

the tube used to stuff with sausage meat; some are synthetic. Small intestine is used as edible casing.
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Tenders are invited for Sausage casing for production of poultry meat
This research highlights the influence of processing factors, and specifically of the sausage casing, on the growth dynamics of L.
Baggy clothes might cover you up but they also accentuate your size and tight clothes can cause a sausage casing effect.
Talking of pigs, she tells me: "I feel like a pig in its sausage casing in these tight pants and all this make-up.
Devro, the sausage casing company, reported its 2013 full-year results, showing a slight fall in profits.
It is traditionally encased in the animal's stomach and cooked inside but in recent years, a sausage casing is used instead of the stomach.
Carefully slide one open end of a sausage casing over the funnel, and push it onto the stuffer until it reaches the other open end.
This heady concoction is then cooked inside a sheep's stomach (although in modern times, a sausage casing is sometimes used instead).
Today, however, most modern commercial haggis is prepared in a sausage casing rather than an actual stomach and may not need cooking for so long.
Dialysis was sausage casing, vascular graft--that's artificial blood vessel--was a surgeon in Texas going to a clothes store to see what he could sew well with.
An outfit that clings to you like a sausage casing is not going to do the job unless you're dating a butcher.
In 1943, at Kampen Hospital, Kolff built the first artificial kidney from wooden slats, a sausage casing, a gear pump and a porcelain bathtub.