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Meat scale #8996715 01/30/24 12:07 AM
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What scale is everyone using to measure their fat and meat when processing?

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Bathroom scale.
Put grind meat in large plastic tub have someone hold pan on scale and do the math., get weight then figure out fat ratio to come up with a 70-30 mix.

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Go to your local restaurant supply store and get something like this. https://www.webstaurantstore.com/galaxy-25-lb-mechanical-portion-control-scale/177GPCM25.html Or you could order from this online store, but shipping is stupid expensive.

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Originally Posted by tailchaser93
What scale is everyone using to measure their fat and meat when processing?



I just use those small budget friendly electronic scales you find in the kitchen section of HEB or China Mart, and weigh my meat in 5 lb batches. I'm pretty anal about measurements, and have found those little scales are also more accurate weighing your seasonings/water etc vs the larger scales that I've used.

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