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    what to do with leftover grease and fat from cooking?

    when cooking hamburger and other meat is there any thing i can do with the fat and grease?

    also how done should it be? (rare, medium rare, well done)
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    IMO rare is the only way to go. You could put it in a jar and use it when you cook other things. I do it with bacon grease, it makes everything better.
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    Drink it.

    Cook it however you like it. Doesn't matter one way or the other.

    In all honesty if I'm grilling a hamburger, I don't worry about losing the excess fat. I'm I'm eating one of my ground hamburger mixtures, I pour the excess fat into the mixture or just make sure I get all out of the pan.
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    I toss it cause I don't like it....except I do cook eggs in bacon fat.
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    I switch my cooked veg around in the pan to mop up the grease. Hey, I've counted it in my cals, it's going in my mouth.
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    I generally get very lean ground beef and make my own hamburgers. Because it's so lean I can have more burgers to the pound, and then add my cheese, cream, olive oil etc as dressings to compensate - and i love it
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    Use leftover grease to cook your leaner proteins in-like tuna, turkey, any sort of breast meat, etc.
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    Originally Posted by RU4A69 View Post
    Use leftover grease to cook your leaner proteins in-like tuna, turkey, any sort of breast meat, etc.
    good idea
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    For me, rare/medium rare/medium doesn't really matter, it really depends on the meat. For the fat, however, just pour it over the meat for an amazing sauce!
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