If you make hamburgers often you need to start grinding your own meat.
That way you can use chuck, brisket, skirt, or sirloin, and get fresher better tasting patties with the right amount of fat. You can buy attachments for stand mixers and food processors, but the old fashioned hand operated meat grinders like the one grandma used, are inexpensive, and last forever. With a meat grinder, all your ground meats will taste better.
Published On: 9/22/2018 Last Modified: 5/5/2021
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