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Advice needed on removal of 1st Vienna Sausage

Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:04 am
Posted by REB BEER
Laffy Yet
Member since Dec 2010
16154 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:04 am
Is there any way possible to get the first one out without totally demolishing it? Plus I usually tear up a few others in the process. TIA

Posted by SaDaTayMoses
Member since Oct 2005
4314 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:06 am to
squeeze the can. it usually gives some room to get the first one out
Posted by h0bnail
Member since Sep 2009
7350 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:13 am to
Insert fork at angle into middle sausage. Wiggle gently before applying upward force.
Posted by Mr Fusion
The American Dream City
Member since Dec 2010
7457 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:22 am to
1. Turn can upside down over trashcan
2. Let gravity happen
3. Recycle can
4. Eat something less repulsive
Posted by andouille
A table near a waiter.
Member since Dec 2004
10689 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:28 am to
quote:

Eat something less repulsive


That was my 1st thought, but in truth when I was young I ate a lot of Vienna sausage, potted meat, dried shrimp, Slim Jims and other assorted trash meats.

On a dare we used to drop a Slim Jim in a bottle of Coke, let it dissolve, then drink that greasy putrid mess.
Posted by LoneStarTiger
Lone Star State
Member since Aug 2004
15928 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:43 am to
quote:

On a dare we used to drop a Slim Jim in a bottle of Coke, let it dissolve, then drink that greasy putrid mess.


not sure what is worse, that coke will dissolve a slim jim or that you would drink it
Posted by arseinclarse
Algiers Purnt
Member since Apr 2007
34400 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:47 am to
My old man must have the magic touch. He drains the can and places a plate on top of the opened end. He does a magic trick and a wave of his hand. He places the plate on a table and pulls the can upwards. All sausages remain standing. He then drizzles them w/ BBQ sauce.
Posted by Motorboat
At the camp
Member since Oct 2007
22633 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:55 am to
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4. Eat something less repulsive


Are you kidding me? They are most repulsive on a cold day in the duck blind when all of the juice congeals.
Posted by hungryone
river parishes
Member since Sep 2010
11987 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 11:59 am to
To make them less repulsive, slice in half lengthwise and put atop a saltine topped w a strip of American cheese. Stick in the toaster oven or under the broiler until the cheese browns. Not haute cuisine, but proof that even terrible ingredients taste a little better with care.
Posted by REB BEER
Laffy Yet
Member since Dec 2010
16154 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 12:07 pm to
I'll tell you one thing...I won't be getting these smoked ones again. They are kind if repulsive. I'm sticking to regular ones from now on.
Posted by tigerinthebueche
Member since Oct 2010
36791 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 12:45 pm to
there may be no single better food item to be enjoyed whilst fishing (especially saltwater) than the humble Vienna Sausage. The fact that they turn green on a hot summer day 30 minutes after opening the can should be of no concern. they may look repulsive, but they are manna to the gods around 11am/noon in the Dularge Eagle Bayou area.
Posted by REB BEER
Laffy Yet
Member since Dec 2010
16154 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 1:11 pm to
True story, was hunting in the marsh in Leeville years ago and break out some VS, my brother was disgusted. I didn't finish them and threw them by the blind. The next weekend they were still there. He said "not even the coons will eat them"
Posted by iLikeMike
BR
Member since Feb 2008
763 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 1:17 pm to
My favorite hurricane food! Brings back memories of Gustav.
Posted by 9th life
birmingham
Member since Sep 2009
7310 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 1:37 pm to
I used to work with a guy that would microwave Vienna sausages before eating them. I was too busy throwing up to notice how he removed the first one though.
Posted by Rohan2Reed
Member since Nov 2003
75674 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 1:41 pm to
quote:

there may be no single better food item to be enjoyed whilst fishing (especially saltwater) than the humble Vienna Sausage.


the Honey Bun says hello
Posted by eleventy
inner city
Member since Jun 2011
2056 posts
Posted on 8/18/14 at 7:26 pm to
I always rinse them, drain the water. Then stick a knife far into the middle one and pull it out. Then I give them to the dog.
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