The best hamburgers come from fresh meat. A good hamburger needs a little bit of fat. You need at least 10 or 15 percent of fat. It's important to grind at least twice—to mix the fat and meat evenly. The difference between going to a good butcher and the supermarket is that you get fresh beef—not the boxed pre-butchered meat.
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