Some time ago, I wanted to try a meat sauce that called for ground beef, ground pork and ground turkey. The ground beef was easy enough to get from the grocery store. Ground turkey was also available at most supermarkets. The ground pork, however, wasn’t as easy to find. Somehow I got the idea in my head that I needed a meat grinder so I can grind my own meat.
You know how sometimes you buy a random tool, machine or gadget thinking that you will be using it often, but then it gets put away never to be seen again?
Well, that was not the case with my meat grinder. I thought I was just going to grind some beef or pork here and there for meatballs or spaghetti sauce. Once I tasted how good the ground meat tasted, I started making hamburgers and sausages as well. It’s great knowing that my ground meat only has meat in it without any fillers. There’s nothing like grinding your own meat and knowing exactly what is in it, especially when you hear about the questionable products that you can get with store-bought ground meat.
Whether you are looking for a meat grinder to ground up some store-brought meat or game meat that you personally acquired, I hope that you will find the information on this site helpful when buying your own meat grinder.