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Science: For the Best Burgers, Don't Buy Ground Beef—See Why It's Best to Grind Meat Yourself!

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Published on Sep 18, 2012

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Watch Test Cook Dan Souza illustrate Concept #14, "Grind Meat at Home for Tender Burgers," with an in-depth kitchen experiment. Hint: It's messy. And tasty.

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