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Great video Larry, thx. Was that feta or crumbled blue cheese you were using? You've inspired me to get the grinder attachment for my mixer.


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Blue cheese. I've always liked a beef, red onion, and blue cheese combo.


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Nice video Larry.   Thank you also for sharing ratio you use of chuck to sirloin.   I have wanting to try grind my own ground meat but was never sure of what ratio to use.    

The ratio is something to experiment with to see what you prefer. Even chuck roast alone is good. My brother likes chuck roast mixed with rib eye.


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Man U guys r killin me.  Now that is one more thing I need to buy, the meat grinder for my wife's kitchen aid. 
 
I can only assume that you guys will pitch in a little something for the cause?????
 
Cheers,
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It is worth buying one. I recently purchased the pasta roller attachments too. I love that stand mixer.


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