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Paul, I've spent most of the last 25 years building and repairing parts for industrial machinery, I've been in quite a few food processing plants. The fastest way to swear off some "foods" is to see it "made"....
 
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Hmmmm, liquid smoke!
 
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Mark Twain warned us of two things we should never see being made . Now we have C-SPAN and Permies.com.
 
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It didn't seem that bad to me. In fact, i was thinking that I might change a few things and it would be quite good.
 
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Mouth-watering meal? Surely the commentator was using sarcasm on that line.....
 
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Apart from the sheer amount of sausages made in a day and all the machines, I was surprised that the process is actually quite similar to what one would do to make hot dogs at home.

Okay, I am still freaked by the liquid smoking process. I would rather see a traditional smoking process. I guess the smoking and cooking process would be combined in the artisan method.
 
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I also remember a video of how Spam was made. It did not look to bad - actually kinda good.
 
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