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Last Hussar05 Jun 2016 11:06 a.m. PST

If you think about it, burgers and meatloaf are a weird idea
"Can you mince that bit of beef up?"
"Sure. Why?"
"I'm going to stick it all back together again."

grin

GarrisonMiniatures Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member05 Jun 2016 11:28 a.m. PST

Hides the fatty yeuky bits.

Personal logo Saber6 Supporting Member of TMP Fezian05 Jun 2016 11:40 a.m. PST

Got to do something with the trimmings

Personal logo Waco Joe Supporting Member of TMP05 Jun 2016 12:40 p.m. PST

Try making a sirloin into the shape of Texas..

picture

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Personal logo etotheipi Sponsoring Member of TMP05 Jun 2016 1:33 p.m. PST

Yep. It's pretty much the same thing as grinding meat for sausage. Evenly distributes the yucky bits (and/or fillers) through the whole thing.

Personal logo Pictors Studio Sponsoring Member of TMP05 Jun 2016 3:23 p.m. PST

Burgers are like steak only better. I'm not sure what the "yucky" bits are, fat perhaps. Anyway the fat gets distributed around with the meat to make it cook better in a burger. With a steak you have meat and then fatty bit unless it is perfectly marbled. With a burger you can take a much less prized cut of meat and make it taste even better still.

kallman06 Jun 2016 8:35 a.m. PST

+1 Waco Joe

Personal logo Saber6 Supporting Member of TMP Fezian06 Jun 2016 8:43 a.m. PST

Because you can't do a 60/40 steak (60% beef, 40% bacon)

Streitax Inactive Member06 Jun 2016 8:48 a.m. PST

Yes, to distribute the fat. Did research in the USDA where we studied body composition in growing steers. The ones we slaughtered early were a problem for the meat packer because they were too lean. They had to add fat and make hamburger with all the meat.

Mako11 Supporting Member of TMP Inactive Member02 Jul 2016 11:49 p.m. PST

Have you never had a really good burger?

It should be obvious if you have. They're delicious.

A lot of beef is very tough, and dries out easily when cooking. A good burger doesn't, and isn't.

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