Well, here we go again, folks. Time for a brand new ground beef recall. This time its for salmonella. “Enjoy” the video.
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Posted by The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer on April 5, 2012
These burgers were cooked outdoors on a grill, processed with The Burger Buddy to reduce fat and contaminants, placed into freezer bags, and frozen. When you are ready for a quickie, delicious meal, just pull out a bag, pop the burgers loose from each other with a casing knife, and follow the instructions above.
Your stomach will thank you later in the evening.
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Posted by The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer on March 15, 2012
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What won’t they sell you next? Now you have to check the labels at the supermarket to be “sure” this isn’t what you’re eating. If you buy “regular” ground beef, you are probably eating some of this stuff. They say you can get slime-freeby just readings the labels. If you believe that, I have a bridge I can sell you really cheap in Brooklyn.
Pink Slime: Just another reason to clean up that hamburger with The Burger Buddy…before you or someone in your family actually eats the thing.
Want more “information”? Check out this video!
Posted by The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer on February 13, 2012
It does something else. It makes your meat much healthier and safer for your family to eat. It can reduce fat in cooked meat like hamburgers by as much as 50%!
Using it requires a little extra effort, but the results are well worth it.
What about the taste? Well, a lot of people have tried burgers that just came out of The Burger Buddy and almost all of them were very pleasantly surprised, especially the kids.
Next time you cook ground beef, take a good whiff of it and then rinse it off with hot water in a colander. Now take another whiff. That’s exactly what The Burger Buddy does for your hamburger and other meats.
Rinsing ground beef in hot water works because the meat is separated into very small pieces. Obviously, rinsing a solid piece of meat won’t remove fat and contaminants from the inside. The same thing applies to a hamburger.
Wouldn’t be more convenient to just buy more expensive grades of , cook it, eat it, and be done with it? Of course. However, it might surprise you to learn that The Burger Buddy can even reduce fat in a lean cut of steak! Fat prevents meat from burning and drying out during cooking. When its done its job, replace it with fresh clean water. The Burger Buddy can do that for you.
And you never know what else might be inside besides just meat and fat. This goes for beef as well. It all depends upon how the cow was raised, what it ate, how the meat was handled during processing, and how old the meat is when you buy it. Older meat contains more rancid fat and bacteria, and have been known to color such meat to make it appear fresh.
The Burger Buddy gives you an added layer of protection against any chemical residues,, or bacteria that may still be there. Nothing cleans food better than plain hot water! And the Burger Buddy helps the water do its job, not just on the surface, but from the inside out!
By the way, The Burger Buddy is made right here in the good ole USA in Brookville, Ohio.
Is it expensive? Right now, you can get The Burger Buddy for only $19.95 and that includes free shipping. Since shipping alone can cost well over $5.00, you are getting a really good deal!
Do you ever freeze hamburgers or brats you cooked out on the grill so you can have a convenient, quickie, microwaveable meal a few months later? You can do the same thing with Burger Buddy hamburgers, brats, etc. Furthermore, you can really spice things up with a little touch of steak sauce and sliced onions. Read on for more information.
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Posted by The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer on January 16, 2012
• Pull frozen burgers out of a freezer bag and separate each burger with a casing knife.
• For two burgers, cut up two healthy slices of onions.
• Brush each side of the frozen burgers with a little steak sauce, A1 works great!
• Place one slice of onion on a small microwaveable plate, and put a frozen burger on top.
• Put the other onion slice on top of that burger and put the second burger on top.
• Cover with a second microwaveable plate. No need to seal anything up.
• Microwave on high at least one minute per burger. Adjust settings as needed.
•. Remove the plates, being careful to avoid steam burns.
• Quickly remove the top plate and place each burger on that same plate to allow for cooling and to get them out of the bottom liquid.
• You are now ready for the bun and condiments. Enjoy!
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Posted by The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer on October 4, 2010
No doubt about it. There’s more on this blog than you might ever want to know about what may or may not be in a hamburger or sausage. However, that doesn’t mean you should just throw caution to the wind either. Using The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer is like having an insurance policy. It’s there for you when you really need it the most. So you’re not just buying another kitchen gadget. You’re making an investment in your family’s health, both short and long term. What you get in return is greater piece of mind, knowing you and your loved ones can now enjoy that burger without all the guilt.
$$$The Burger Buddy can save you up to 42% on Ground Beef $$$
On August 30, 2010, regular ground beef at my local Krogers was $2.08 per pound compared to $2.79 for ground chuck and $3.59 for ground sirloin. If a family of four substituted regular ground beef for chuck or sirloin and each person ate just one quarter pounder per week, this family could save over $36 replacing ground chuck or over $78 replacing ground sirloin per year. If they ate burgers three times a week they could save over $110 or over $235 per year. If this family normally ate burgers at restaurants, imagine what they could save by cooking up burgers at home in batches and freezing them for later.
Posted by The Burger Buddy Fat Reducer on August 27, 2010
It’s important to get the best bang for your food buck; which means the highest quality food at the best possible prices. Hamburgers are a really good source of protein: they taste good, they’re easy to fix, most picky eaters like them, and regular ground beef is reasonably priced. But as we all know, hamburgers comes with a lot of baggage. If you’re not sure what that means, there’s plenty of information about it on this blog and at the website.
The bottom line is this: The Burger Buddy is probably one of the most economical purchases you’ll ever make in terms of return on investment. Why? Because it allows you to buy inexpensive fatty beef or pork and conveniently turn it into amazingly tasty, high-protein, low-fat meals with less contaminants. Meals that can be produced in bulk and frozen as quickie microwaveable meals (see video).
(Click on the pictures to get a closer look).