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Toroidal Sausage Casing

Create deli-meats that fit neatly on bagel
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When sliced, meat rings fit on bagel without peeking into the hole. Top also with a cored beefsteak tomato.
Cuit_au_Four, Jan 13 2017

Making bagels https://www.youtube...watch?v=lpwkd96nKzY
Can you make your sausage do this ? [popbottle, Jan 14 2017]


       So, is the casing actually toroidal, or is it just two cylindrical casings, co-axially arranged?   

       Also, sliced anaconda might meet your requirements.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 13 2017

       Möbius bagels are Known To Exist. Thus, a möbius sausage inevitably becomes a necessity...
8th of 7, Jan 13 2017

       Right, it's two co-axial casings, both tied off at the end, and with a stiff rod inserted down the central cavity so that the sausage can form around it.
Cuit_au_Four, Jan 13 2017

       Ah. In that case, sadly, I cannot bun. I was hoping you had an ingenious way to fill a fully toroidal casing.   

       Of course, it would probably easier to find a way to make a bagel without the hole in the middle.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 13 2017

       Fill a toroidal casing vertically. Imagine the outside of a torus. Cut a slit all the way 'round on one side.Pull the edges up and fill with unspeakables. Pinch off the line and seal.
Voice, Jan 14 2017

       Ahh, the McDonald's influence,first the big mac, then the toko-mac...
not_morrison_rm, Jan 14 2017

       Is that's what's called "Fusion Cuisine", then ?   

       <dives for cover>
8th of 7, Jan 14 2017


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