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Re: Burger?

Postby johnliester » Sat Jan 11, 2014 10:50 pm

We grind goose but ad no fat as we want lean meat. It makes very good spaghetti sauce and awesome chili! WE grind fairly fine and haven't had any issues.
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Re: Burger?

Postby mikebig1 » Sun Jun 04, 2017 11:05 am

have not been as successful as you guys , with bagging a lot of geese.. last season I shot 10 geese.. ( a good season for me), had them all turned into jerky... next year I plan to shoot more birds.. ( I am hunting solo, after my goose crew bailed on me).. found a new spot to hunt, on my own.. without having to pack-in a lot of decoys. done with hunting partners, to undependable.. I do much better on my own hunts.. I can adapt to the situation, and not worry about the other guy I am with...if I get more birds next season I will try the (burger) thing
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Re: Burger?

Postby rogernelson » Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:43 am

dmc92 wrote:The last couple of years, I have simply done a 3:1 ratio for burger. 3 pounds of goose breast and 1 pound of smoked bacon with no seasoning. Works great for tacos, bbq, chili or whatever.

i want to know the tacos recipe you made.can you share the recipe?
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Re: Burger?

Postby Clementina » Fri Jun 14, 2019 3:02 am

i've found that snows and honkers are best ground coarse. it seems that when i would grind with a finer plate that unless mostly frozen, the meat would turn pretty pasty.
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