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Old October 24th, 2019, 11:05 AM #21
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I mix it with the initial grind, then grind the mix once more.
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I have heard others say you have to add fat or bread crumbs to ground venison to keep burgers from falling apart,.I only add spices and sometimes some kind of liquid sauce(BBQ,Worcershire,Hot sauce,etc) and I never have any problems. I only put the meat through the grinder one time.I wonder if grinding twice is the cause of burgers falling apart? If you flip them too soon....that can cause it too.
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use 1 pound bacon ground up with 5 pounds deer burger and add bread crumb or crackers salt and pepper and its perfect


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an egg will also help keep it together.
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I have heard others say you have to add fat or bread crumbs to ground venison to keep burgers from falling apart,.I only add spices and sometimes some kind of liquid sauce(BBQ,Worcershire,Hot sauce,etc) and I never have any problems. I only put the meat through the grinder one time.I wonder if grinding twice is the cause of burgers falling apart? If you flip them too soon....that can cause it too.
I dunno we dont have a problem, I coarse grind, then finer grind. No fat added. Burgers hold together well.
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I like to add one pound of beef fat to ten pounds of deer meat. Now, you add more to taste or if the deer is really lean. I buy 20 pounds of beef fat ($7-9) every season just in case.
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Im not liking the flavor of beef in my deer/elk. So I just do 100% venison or elk. tastes much better IMO...
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hi , sort of on topic , what grinder did you get ? looking to do the same , like that you say it's easy to clean . thanks , dan
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Any other jerky makers here. I had beef talo added to my Axis doe meat and its too oily for me. I have to wipe it off.
My last doe, they did not add anything and it works out fine.
I don't have a smoker, I have a dehydrater and I bake for 5-10 minutes at the end. Been doing it this way last 2 years.

However, when browning the meat for chili, tacos or my casserole, the talo seems to help.
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hi , sort of on topic , what grinder did you get ? looking to do the same , like that you say it's easy to clean . thanks , dan
It's from Harbor Freight called a "Ship To Shore" Electric Grinder.
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