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Old 05-05-2012, 07:42 PM   #11
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I am sure you have used this trick, when we used to grind meat we would run a cup of oatmeal through at the very end to help clean out the plates. Then we would add that ground oatmeal to some of the meat for a meatloaf or meatballs. Grinding the oats does not eliminate the need to give the plate a good cleaning but it does help to get rid of much of the meat residue.
I run an onion or two after the meat.
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Old 05-05-2012, 07:47 PM   #12
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I run an onion or two after the meat.
That is a great idea but, it made me think of the Mysterians!

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I am sure you have used this trick, when we used to grind meat we would run a cup of oatmeal through at the very end to help clean out the plates. Then we would add that ground oatmeal to some of the meat for a meatloaf or meatballs. Grinding the oats does not eliminate the need to give the plate a good cleaning but it does help to get rid of much of the meat residue.
Thanks for the fantastic suggestion! I have tucked this away in the memory bank for when I try my grinder.
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