Introduction: How to Make Ready to Use Hamburger Meats

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If you love burger this solution is really can helps to you!

Step 1: Watch the Video!

My fridge is full now ;)

Step 2: #1

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Put your favorite mix of ground beef into a ziploc bag

Step 3: #2

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Flat the mixture with your hands or a rolling pin or both!

Leave some place at the top!!

Step 4: #3

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Take a chopstick.

Divide the mixture in the bag. The size depends on your choice!

I made 9 pieces in the big bag and 4 in the small.

Step 5: #4

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Put everything in the fridge and use them whenever you want!

Step 6: #5

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Take out the freezed meat from the fridge and crush it along every single lines!

Step 7: #6

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That's so simple :)

Now you can store as many as you want in your fridge and use them anytime!

Step 8: The End

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I couldn't eat this because my wife stolen it... :)

That's the ShiftyWay!!!

Step 9: Don't Forget to Check Out the Video

As always thanks for your support!

Comments

ahorabin (author)2015-08-20

What a great simple idea. thankyou

patsheldon (author)2015-08-08

Nice idea! I'm so lazy and this is perfect for meee!

ShiftyTips (author)patsheldon2015-08-08

Awesome! :) thanks

Sheldon43 (author)2015-08-05

A clever idea. How long can the meat be in the freezer?

TY going to give this try.

ShiftyTips (author)Sheldon432015-08-05

Thanks :)

I found an article which says 3-4 month. So lets make a lot ;)

http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/storagetimes.html

DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2015-08-02

Cool life hack.

Thanks :)

DCA (author)2015-08-02

Nicely done!

ShiftyTips (author)DCA2015-08-02

Thanks :)

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