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How long does it take to cook sausage in a slow cooker?

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The time it takes to cook sausages in a slow cooker can be either 4 or 8 hours, depending on whether high or low heat is used. Sausages are made from different types of meats, such as beef, pork, or poultry.

Some varieties of this meat product are Italian, kielbasa and summer sausages. Similarly, there are fresh, cooked and smoked sausages sold in supermarkets.

Regardless of the kind of sausage used, it is important to observe certain food safety recommendations. For uncooked beef or pork sausages, the internal meat temperature should be at 160 degrees Fahrenheit, while poultry or turkey sausages should be at 165 F.

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