A lot of us view getting a meat grinder as adding an extra chore to our food preparation processes since now instead of buying pre-ground meat from the market, you’re going to have to wash the meat, cut it up, grind it and then clean out the grinder. See? It already sounds like a lot of work when you put it that way so it’s no surprise that you’d be thinking twice about whether or not a meat grinder is necessary for you to have.
However, once you get a load of the few things we want to tell you about meat grinders, you’ll want to buy one and do the couple of extra chores. Before we get to that, you need to know that just like anything that you might spend your money on and use frequently, it really pays (and saves) to do some research beforehand, which is why we recommend that you read a few meat grinder reviews at Kitchenlish before you buy one. Now here’s what you should be wary of.
You Might Be Eating Questionable Meat
Once meat is all ground up, there’s really no telling what’s mixed up in there. Sure, it’s all meat but do you know what part of the animal you’re about to put onto your plate? Exactly. The best way to control what you’re eating is to just buy your choice cuts of meat and then grind it yourself.
Pre-Packaged Meat Isn’t All That Fresh
It may look neat, it it’s packaging but if you look closely, it’s dry on the surface and that’s something that happens after it’s been on the shelf for a while. Your meat might not be rancid yet but it can be spoiled enough to give you a bad stomach or just taste really poor.