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    Talking hamburger patties

    i know theres lots of fat in pre-packeged hamberger patties but you can cook most of that away right? or are they total garbage? their is 3 grams of carbs 17 grams of protien and 22 grams of fat per pattie. im not cutting right now, im bulking but i still like to eat clean and look good. you think if i cook them on the george forman grill it will cook some fat away?

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    Broil them...best for any type of red meat. Chesse optional.

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    I cook my pre-packaged patties (from costco) on my GF grill and lots of fat comes out. Mine are something like 30g pro/23g fat. But I'm also bulking, and they taste pretty good so I eat them anyways. But maybe someone else will know more about it than I.

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    I'm about to just buy a cow for as much steak/ground beef I eat.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    I'm about to just buy a cow for as much steak/ground beef I eat.



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    a friend of mine actually buys half cows and i think ikm gonna split on one with him this year. im not joking this is serious

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    Yeah a lot of fat comes off the GF grill cause there's TONS of fat in them. I cook 93% lean patties and lots of fat still come off them. I think the ground chuck those pre-packs are made off have so much integrated fat that a lot of cannot really be cooked off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    I'm about to just buy a cow for as much steak/ground beef I eat.



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    We do this every year, its great and cheap. Just between me, my brother, my ma and dad we go through 4-5 deer, a half of cow, a pig, atleast one wild turkey and numerous ducks, geese, pheasant and grouse a year. Occassionally my dad goes elk or moose hunting and brings back even more meat. We still eat family meals that involves meat from our freezer every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSTIE
    We do this every year, its great and cheap. Just between me, my brother, my ma and dad we go through 4-5 deer, a half of cow, a pig, atleast one wild turkey and numerous ducks, geese, pheasant and grouse a year. Occassionally my dad goes elk or moose hunting and brings back even more meat. We still eat family meals that involves meat from our freezer every day.
    My definition of a red neck...but he eats good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metallicafan4u69
    My definition of a red neck...but he eats good.

    lmao!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSTIE
    We do this every year, its great and cheap. Just between me, my brother, my ma and dad we go through 4-5 deer, a half of cow, a pig, atleast one wild turkey and numerous ducks, geese, pheasant and grouse a year. Occassionally my dad goes elk or moose hunting and brings back even more meat. We still eat family meals that involves meat from our freezer every day.
    Moose is definitely very good stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by metallicafan4u69
    My definition of a red neck...but he eats good.
    So you are a redneck if you buy half slaughters to save money and time?

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    **** i wish i could own a ****ing gun so i could go hunting.

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    i have heard that cooking the meat and then rinsing in a colander (spelling, one of those pasta drainer thingys) actually decreases the amount of fat significantly. how much though is questionable and then you wouldnt know the nutrition facts anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metallicafan4u69
    My definition of a red neck...but he eats good.
    LOL.... hey I noticed we live in the same state... I live in Milwaukee, pretty far from any farmlands, how bout you?

    And ur d@mn right I eat good

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