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    Burger Press

    We eat a lot of ground wild game. Will mix in onions, spices, ground pork etc.
    Iíve tried several burger presses in past but never found one I loved.
    Got a Cave Tool 6 burger press.
    I think itís a winner.
    Simply divide 2 pounds of ground meat into six portions in place in the press put the lid on top and push. Good burger comes out into six good-sized 5 to 6 out the square burgers. The best two things is the burger does not stick to the press and come apart and the burger press is bottom rack dishwasher safe. You can even freeze the burgers in the press and use them frozen later without having to dirty any other. good burger comes out into six good-sized 5 to 6 out the square burgers. The best two things is the burger does not stick to the press and come apart and the burger press is bottom rack dishwasher safe. You can even freeze the burgers in the press and use them frozen later.

    https://imgur.com/a/NJRXQcv
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    John:

    If you want round ones, Tupperware made a great interlocking set back in the day. Not sure if it is still available, but they work well. I bought a Weber press which was not good.

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    I loved the Tupperware burger stacker set! I think I still have a couple of them being used for other purposes right now!
    I think I want to see if they still make it, Amazon, here I come!!!

    They still make it but, dang! They are expensive now, four containers the press and covers are something like 35 bucks or more! They will last for quite a while and, I’m going to consider getting at least one set, it would be pretty convenient for vacationing at the cottage, make them up in advance and use them as ice for the trip up then use, wash and refill with water to freeze for the return trip! Hmmm...
    How do I sell that one to my wife? I will figure that one out, before vacation time, or just buy burger up there! Maybe smarter to do that.
    Last edited by Timothy F. Lewis; 04-12-2019 at 02:05 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    I’m going to consider getting at least one set...
    Hey, while you're shopping can you buy me a gift card?

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    Tim:
    Depending on what parts you already have, you can pick up components of these on eBay. Used, but still serviceable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFletcher View Post
    Hey, while you're shopping can you buy me a gift card?
    Right after I collect from this Nigerian prince!
    Distinguebant Sed, Ignoret In Particulari!
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    I got tired of the plastic Tupperware press and got a metal one:

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Weston-S...E&gclsrc=aw.ds

    You need to use wax paper, but it makes perfect burgers.
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    I did my fair share of research on burger presses and finally settled on this one from Pampered Chef: https://www.pamperedchef.com/shop/Co...der+Press/1174

    After messing around with others, and seeing others mess around with their own presses, I'll never own another one. It's great! I highly recommend it.

    This is last year when I was messin' around/experimenting w/ the Vortex I just bought. You can see how big the burgers are compared to the opening of the Vortex and the steak. I think that's a top sirloin cut of some kind. I can't remember.


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