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    Anybody ordered from them? Thoughts? The MIL sent us a sausage kit followed by some frozen meats we don't know what to do with. Don't currently have a grinder and have no idea what to do with these meats. Suggestions please?
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    Why would you need a grinder?

    The site itself has tons of recipes - https://brokenarrowranch.com/blogs/recipes. I'd look over the list and see what intrigues you. Or... need my address?


    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      Interesting rickgregory I use the plastic one but all I seem to read everywhere is that it's junk and to get the metal one. I don't think the plastic one is junk (but I'm not a hardcore meat grinder either) and this makes me feel better.

    • Rod
      Rod commented
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      rickgregory Thanks for the tip. Not sure if I would use a grinder much. I have been wanting to experiment with burgers though. So if the plastic one isn't super good quality it probably wouldn't get used a lot anyway.

      It's weird that the one you are looking at is not dishwasher safe. I wonder why? It's metal.
      Last edited by Rod; December 16, 2020, 11:46 AM.

    • gcdmd
      gcdmd commented
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      The metal you refer to is probably not stainless steel. The same caveat goes for their metal mixers, such as the dough hook and paddle. Apparently, they have a coating which is dissolved by detergents used in dishwashers.

    I have bought a fair amount of boar shoulder from them and bone in leg from them. Good stuff. Leaner than pork. Marinate and smoke or roast.
    Last edited by ofelles; December 16, 2020, 11:44 AM.


      Let us know how that quail is. That is something I have been thinking about trying.



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