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IS THERE ANY WAY TO KEEP LEAN GROUND BEEF, OR ELK FROM GETTING TOO DRY, ASIDE FROM COOKING THEM RARE? I'M KINDA SKIDDISH ABOUT NOT FULLY COOKING GROUND BEEF....
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boil first then fry/broil quickly...or slow cook in slow cook crock pot...jmo...but you better figure it out or you are going to be a lonely old spinster if ya can;t cook for yer man...lol..
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boil first then fry/broil quickly...or slow cook in slow cook crock pot...jmo...but you better figure it out or you are going to be a lonely old spinster if ya can;t cook for yer man...lol..
HAHA!!! I'M BETTER OFF SINGLE ANYWAY!! I'M LEARNING FOR NECESSITY!! THANKS FOR THE INPUT
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IS THERE ANY WAY TO KEEP LEAN GROUND BEEF, OR ELK FROM GETTING TOO DRY, ASIDE FROM COOKING THEM RARE? I'M KINDA SKIDDISH ABOUT NOT FULLY COOKING GROUND BEEF....
You could add moisture, bread crumbs with a splash of milk or BBQ,Worcester,soya sauce etc... shh(don't listen to m8)
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One trick I learned was to push on the fat part of your thumb at the palm.... notice how firm/tender it is. when cooking beef use this as a reference. When your meat feels about the same as your thumb it is apprx. med rare. It takes some practice but you will figure it out pretty quick. Also cooking at a lower temp for longer seems alike it doesn't dry out as bad. JMHO

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HAHA!!! I'M BETTER OFF SINGLE ANYWAY!! I'M LEARNING FOR NECESSITY!! THANKS FOR THE INPUT
Guys don't like dry meat anyways
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One trick I learned was to push on the fat part of your thumb at the palm.... notice how firm/tender it is. when cooking beef use this as a reference. When your meat feels about the same as your thumb it is apprx. med rare. It takes some practice but you will figure it out pretty quick. Also cooking at a lower temp for longer seems alike it doesn't dry out as bad. JMHO

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THANKS! ASIDE FROM CUTTING THE MEAT APART AND LOOKING LIKE A ROOKIE I HAD NO CLUE HOW TO TELL IF IT WAS DONE...
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One trick I learned was to push on the fat part of your thumb at the palm.... notice how firm/tender it is. when cooking beef use this as a reference. When your meat feels about the same as your thumb it is apprx. med rare. It takes some practice but you will figure it out pretty quick. Also cooking at a lower temp for longer seems alike it doesn't dry out as bad. JMHO

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exactly what i do. me and the wife like it well done. i slow cook it of the side of the charcol. it can be well done and juicy by doing that.
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