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Old 12-01-2019, 11:52 PM   #196
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wooleybooger, have you ever made "hamburger rocks"? It's cooked ground beef that you put in the dehydrator and then seal in canning jars with oxygen absorbers.
What do you do with them?
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wooleybooger, have you ever made "hamburger rocks"? It's cooked ground beef that you put in the dehydrator and then seal in canning jars with oxygen absorbers.
No, I haven't, never heard of them before. I searched on them and found several articles. The cooking all the same but a couple suggested what is basically "oven canning". Too my knowledge that isn't considered particularly safe. I do like the idea of using O2 absorbers to vacuum seal the jars. I also have a handheld Fresh Saver vacuum sealer.

Actually I have everything on hand to make these. If I do I would probably use the O2 absorbers and the vacuum sealer.

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I read that you can rehydrate them and use in any recipe calling for ground beef.
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Where ya go @Nik333.

https://www.tngun.com/dehydrating-ha...mburger-rocks/
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Thanks. I usually don't buy hamburger due to the risk of E.Coli, so the risk of that & Botulism would probably push me over the edge.
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Thanks. I usually don't buy hamburger due to the risk of E.Coli, so the risk of that & Botulism would probably push me over the edge.
I wouldn't think either of those should be a problem since the meat is cooked to sufficient temperature to kill those bugs. If you wanted to can cooked ground meat you can follow the directions for pressure canning. I notice that the USDA recommends against dry canning also I think known as oven canning. The procedure for the hamburger rocks is cooking, dehydrating and then vacuum sealing of well cooked and dehydrated meat.
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I hate the word culinary. It's sounds too political and yuppy to me. So does sauteing or broasting ect. Cooking, baking, frying or BBQ'n/grilling are the terms I prefer. All that other crap reminds me of starbucks and all those yuppie sounding 4,5,6 word coffees they sell.
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I hate the word culinary. It's sounds too political and yuppy to me. So does sauteing or broasting ect. Cooking, baking, frying or BBQ'n/grilling are the terms I prefer. All that other crap reminds me of starbucks and all those yuppie sounding 4,5,6 word coffees they sell.


Well have a great day anyway.
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Oh, a sense of humor there with all that humbleness huh LS-6.
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