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Sorry, I can’t send pics. Briefly, it is a new frost free refrigerator, nothing in it except the sausages, two lonzino and 5 venison loins.
Everything is on wire racks, there is adequate airflow around everything, there is a small RV frig air circulation fan running.
I too my wife out to smell it…she’s from Eastern Europe, and she said it just “smells like sausages”.
Neither one of us could narrow the smell down to a single type of sausage or even a single link. They all smell fine when sniffed individually.
The smell is a cross between vinegar, sour kraut and pickled meat. It doesn’t smell rotten, and it isn’t noticeable on any specific sausage or link. There is no mold, there is no slime…its all fine…