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    Ground beef on the foreman grill

    if i cook 80% or 85% lean ground beef on the george foreman grill, does it take out enough of the fat to make it like eating 90+% lean ground beef?
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    Hard to say without measuring. I use lean beef and see a good amount of fat in the tray afterwards. It all depends on how long you cook it and how much you press it down.

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    Originally Posted by consciouschef View Post
    You will die from doing this.
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    Originally Posted by Wrestler12321 View Post
    if i cook 80% or 85% lean ground beef on the george foreman grill, does it take out enough of the fat to make it like eating 90+% lean ground beef?
    the best way to get the fat out of ground beef or turkey is to thoroughly cook it then immediatly put it in a collander and run HOT water over it. This will get almost all of the fat off of it.
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    You could pour the fat into a cup and then measure its weight on some kind of a micro weight scale
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    Originally Posted by HardcoreFitness View Post
    the best way to get the fat out of ground beef or turkey is to thoroughly cook it then immediatly put it in a collander and run HOT water over it. This will get almost all of the fat off of it.
    x2. If you're just cooking it loose, pan fry it and do as this guy says, run some hot water over it to wash away the grease. It works really nice!

    If you're cooking them in patties, you're going to be left with a decent amount of fat, but the Foreman will definately drain some of it off.
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    I find ground beef patties are pretty dry after cooking them on the foreman grill so I assume it removes a fair amount of fat. The fat collecting tray always seems pretty full, even if I'm using lean or extra lean beef.
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    Originally Posted by leblanc View Post
    I find ground beef patties are pretty dry after cooking them on the foreman grill so I assume it removes a fair amount of fat. The fat collecting tray always seems pretty full, even if I'm using lean or extra lean beef.
    I find them pretty awesome off my Foreman grill. I've only done extra lean ground beef. They cook really fast, even thick patties. I like to use quite a bit of bread crumb too to get the most of my meat lol.
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    Some of the fat might drain off but I dont know how much. I always cook 96/4 ground beef. Tastes great with some seasoning
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    Kill a deer and have the whole thing ground up. I think its either 96 or 98% lean.

    Here is my quick and easy recipe.

    Brown a pound of ground deer or extra lean beef
    Add your favorite seasoning to taste. I like garlic powder/salt and seasoning salt.


    Enjoy. I call it scrambled hamburger.
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    Originally Posted by Piranhasaurus View Post
    Kill a deer and have the whole thing ground up. I think its either 96 or 98% lean.

    Here is my quick and easy recipe.

    Brown a pound of ground deer or extra lean beef
    Add your favorite seasoning to taste. I like garlic powder/salt and seasoning salt.


    Enjoy. I call it scrambled hamburger.
    Venison is SO good. I also recommend. I had no idea it was so lean though.
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    just for the record, i hate the foreman grill. its a bitch to use, a bitch to clean, and i wish i didn't wast my 4500 reward points on it. (basically paid 4500 dollars for that grill that sells for 10 dollars on ebay )

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    Originally Posted by SomeoneStopMe View Post
    just for the record, i hate the foreman grill. its a bitch to use, a bitch to clean
    seriously? you just plug it into the wall and scrape off the crap after your meat is cooked.
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    Originally Posted by Wrestler12321 View Post
    seriously? you just plug it into the wall and scrape off the crap after your meat is cooked.
    yea, sort of, but i just don't like using napkins to clean my pots and pans you know? i would rather have soap and make sure its clean.

    also i made some burgers on there the time i used it, and i was sorely disappointed. some people love it, i rather use a real grill.

    but what can you say, its sold like 100 million of them so i guess im in the minority
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    I too dislike my foreman. I prefer a grill pan.

    Anyway, if you want to know how much fat is cooking off, why not measure it and tell us? It should be a pretty easy task.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Originally Posted by Mr. Horse View Post
    I too dislike my foreman. I prefer a grill pan.

    Anyway, if you want to know how much fat is cooking off, why not measure it and tell us? It should be a pretty easy task.
    x2 grill pan for the win, makes your stuff crispy! without the grease
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    Originally Posted by FunkDaddy View Post
    I find them pretty awesome off my Foreman grill. I've only done extra lean ground beef. They cook really fast, even thick patties. I like to use quite a bit of bread crumb too to get the most of my meat lol.
    Yeah mine are always really juicy off the grill. I think if they end up dry you've had them on there too long.

    Oh and if you have trouble cleaning the grill, wipe it down while its still warm!
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    The 'fat' that comes off will also be blood and water and stuff...

    Write to Allan Borushek and tell him to updtae the calorie counter to include foreman cooked meals.
    I thin it'd be pretty hard to beat boiling it.. and then skimming off the fat that rises..
    Anyway, I cant find the good ol' fatty stuff anywhere- I just bought 90% lean and have to add olive oil to get it up to scracth-
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    Originally Posted by BigJonMud View Post
    The 'fat' that comes off will also be blood and water and stuff...

    Write to Allan Borushek and tell him to updtae the calorie counter to include foreman cooked meals.
    I thin it'd be pretty hard to beat boiling it.. and then skimming off the fat that rises..
    Anyway, I cant find the good ol' fatty stuff anywhere- I just bought 90% lean and have to add olive oil to get it up to scracth-
    x2, most of the "fat" is just water/blood/etc. Just let it cool and skim off the solids, that is the only actual fat that comes out.
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    Originally Posted by Todd3126 View Post
    Some of the fat might drain off but I dont know how much. I always cook 96/4 ground beef. Tastes great with some seasoning
    im sure we all would if we could afford $5 a pound
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    Originally Posted by SomeoneStopMe View Post
    x2 grill pan for the win, makes your stuff crispy! without the grease
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    Is your grill pan cast iron?
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    Originally Posted by arctan89 View Post
    Venison is SO good. I also recommend. I had no idea it was so lean though.




    Here is a picture where you can see the side of one being skinned. As you can see there is very little fat, even on the skin side.
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    Originally Posted by arctan89 View Post
    Venison is SO good. I also recommend. I had no idea it was so lean though.
    I can't afford to buy Venison, and something tells me that running around Boston with a 12 gauge, chasing non-existent deer would probably lead to me being hunted by the cops.
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    As far as the Foreman goes, I'm usually in the kitchen preparing the rest of my meal while the Foreman is going. I don't like my meat burnt on the outside so I unplug it once it is going full blast and will plug it in as it dies down some. I repeat the process until my meat is done, but since I'm in the kitchen already, it's no hassle. Not only does this make your meat much more juicy, it also makes the Foreman easier to clean. As for cleaning with the paper towel, that is not necessary. I prop mine up on the side of the sink, get the head of a scrub brush wet and go to town. I spray the Foreman off when I'm done and wipe it down with a dish towel. It is no more harder to clean by hand than a regular pan.
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    Originally Posted by Dm84 View Post
    I can't afford to buy Venison, and something tells me that running around Boston with a 12 gauge, chasing non-existent deer would probably lead to me being hunted by the cops.
    Ha ha. Well, I didn't say it was pratical for everyone. I've got a chest freezer full of venison and trout....both great sources of meat.
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