Summer sausage made with Yak is a real treat. The light flavours of curing, garlic, pepper, and mustard are all there giving it its own identity when paired with other meats in a sub or sandwich. It is fantastic lunch meat and if you are looking for a lunch meat to take to the school or office (where the animals are humanely raised without chemicals) this Summer Sausage is a great choice.
ProTip: That same section of sausage can also be prepared to make a most excellent hash with potatoes. Peel it, cut it up, fry it with some onions and diced new potatoes, sprinkle it with parsley; and it is just begging to be plated up to a couple of eggs to make unforgettable breakfast. We know this because to get the Sausage to stay on the plate for the picture we trimmed the bottom (to create a flat surface). When Michael was done with it and its modeling talents were no longer required Jerremie went to get some, and accidently removed the whole casing. Rita then look at it (and intervened before we just ate it all as slices) and made the amazing hash described above.