"Curses George Foreman!"

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With a freezer full of elk meat and only three minutes to cook the perfect burger on a "George Foreman Grill" elk burgers have become my go to snack every time I go to the kitchen. My biggest fear is what this is doing to my blood pressure and weight!! But damn is it GOOD!
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That elk meat is probably pretty lean. I don't think you have to worry to much. Of coarse I could always take some of that elk meat off your hands to lessen the temptation.
 

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That elk meat is probably pretty lean. I don't think you have to worry to much. Of coarse I could always take some of that elk meat off your hands to lessen the temptation.
Been handing it out like candy at Halloween.......I'll probably regret it later.
 

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Did you make fries with that?
 

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Elk meat is extremely high in protein and has almost no cholesterol. I believe if im not mistaken the only meat more lean is bison
 

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My wife is staring at me right now and wondering why I am laughing so hard. This is just too damn funny. 'Impersonates Homer Simpson' "Ahhwhwwwh Elk burger Ahhwhwwwh"
 

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Chuck, how well does the Foreman grill do as far a clean up is concerned, is it hard to keep the grease and grime under control?
 

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Chuck, how well does the Foreman grill do as far a clean up is concerned, is it hard to keep the grease and grime under control?
Nope, has a loose drip tray and removable cooking surfaces for easy sink or dishwasher cleanup.
 

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Just depends how much fat was added. Some butchers add up to 20% fat. Elk meat is sticky enough that you can get by with no fat but I grind mine with 3-5%. I could eat it every day.
 


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