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Best beef cuts (and ratios) for grind your own hamburgers

walker | Oct 14, 201012:19 AM     24

I have the kitchen aid meat grinder attachment (that I STILL have not yet used) and have read different recs for the meat.

One is chuck, sirloin and brisket and another is chuck, sirloin and boneless beef ribs. I read that brisket is more of a liver flavor and I really don't like that so am leaning toward not using brisket.

What's your favorite combo?

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