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LEM Big Bite Grinder in Action Grinding Meat

once you have prepared all of the meat
for grinding by removing all the fat
sinew and gristle and cutting it into
the small cubes that’s required for the
grinder we’re ready to load the hopper
you basically take all of your meats and
put it into the hopper I purposely have
not put any of the meat down into the
chute of the hopper for grinding at this
point in time because I have not turned
on the grinder I am now going to turn on
the grinder and I’m going to start
feeding meat down the chute of the
grinder as you will notice the meat is
already starting to be ground and I
haven’t even used a stopper to force the
meat through the chute into the grinder
itself that’s due to the technological
advantage that we have by having the big
bite auger if you continue to feed all
of the meat down the chute of the
grinder and you’ll notice all the meat
is coming out of the grinder on the
coarse grind we have now completed our
first grind using the coarse meat
at this time we’re ready to start the
process of replacing a plate for our
second and fine grind at this point in
time some people like to season their
meat so that when they grind it a second
time the seasoning is better mixed in to
the meat but that’s really due to
personal preference and can be mixed and
added at a later point in time so now we
take our fine plate we remove the collar
pull out our course grinding plate
replace it with the fine grinding plate
put the collar back on and you’re ready
to start your second and final grind you
will basically take the meat out of the
meatlug place it in your hoppers
feed the meat down through the throat
and you will notice that it is coming
out the head of the grinder and a fine
grind that you’ll use as a final bride
I’m now going to start the second part
of actually filling game bags during our
second grind this is another accessory
that L AM sells it’s a two inch aluminum
stuffing tube it’s ideal to use during
your second grind and to fill gang bags
for storage of ground meat or ground
beef or ground venison po m also sells
wild game bags which John’s going to
come here and help me demonstrate
because this is really a two-man job you
slide the wild game bags over the collar
of the stuffing tube and you slide it
pretty much all the way up onto the
stuff in tube because what will happen
is when I turn on the grinder and the
meat starts coming out you will start
filling up the back of the stuffing tube
first these are 1 pound wild game bags
so we have the wild game bag on the
stuffing tube and I’m now going to turn
on the grinder and feed the meat through
the chute into the grinder for our
second grind and filling up the wild
game bag
we’ve now filled up our wild game bag we
have a one-pound marker on the outside
of the wild game bag you then twist
throughout wild game bag you take our
spring-loaded pliers seal it off and
you’re ready to put it in their freezer
for storage

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.