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Posted: 01/14/2012 07:07:23 AM
Sorry to be dumb!!
What is ground beef and how do I make it.
Help would be well received.
Posted: 01/16/2012 09:51:07 AM
Commonly referred to as hamburger, ground beef is produced from grinding and blending together various cuts of beef including meat from the chuck, brisket, plate, sirloin, and/or flank. It is used to make many different types of dishes. It is used to make burgers, casseroles, meatloaves, soups, and much more. If you do a search on the site you will find many recipes showing the different ways in which ground beef is used.
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