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    Grocery Store Grind

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    Has anyone had success bringing your meat to the grocery store(that you dont purchase there) and getting them to grind it for you??

    I have a couple of pounds of stew meat from US Wellness i have thawed and want it ground for meatballs and burgers

    think i will have any luck getting them to ground it?

    i know i could get my own grinder, but really, i cant even afford student loans lol

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    A couple pounds takes a couple minutes. ($21 manual grinder) It's also sort of like playing -- playing with meat. How Grok is that? You can make your own sausages too.

    To answer your question, no. But then I have never tried it because I picked up a very cool, very old manual grinder at an estate sale 15 years ago.

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    got a food proccessor? cut the meat into chunks and pulse.

    and no, the grocery store won't grind your meat, it's a cross-contamination risk. for you and them.

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    dang it... no i dont have a food processor either... think walmart has a grinder... nvm ill check online

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    When we moved to NYC we tossed out the meat grinder. "Who'll ever use this thing again?"

    D'OH!

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    yikes... grinders are expensive

    how's people's luck been with the food processor with meat? am i ever gonna have a need for a food processor besides this? do yall use them a lot?

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    they're awesome for making your own nut butters and turning coconut flakes into coconut flour...

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    i got a mini food processor and it worked AMAZINg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    glad to have helped! I love my mini-prep.

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