Skinny Beef Premium Ground Beef Burgers - almost no fat the grill! By far the leanest, best tasting beef you can find.
Here is the skinny on what our premium, natural, grass fed, Skinny Beef Ground Beef Burgers look like on the George Foreman Grill. These burgers are so lean, there isn't even enough fat to run off the grill. Skinny Beef premium ground beef is so lean, it beats everything you can buy off the grocery store shelf, take a look at the competitive analysis below! In addition, all of the good steak cuts are part of our ground beef, which might explain why our beef is such a deeper red color and why it tastes so good too! By the way, Skinny Beef premium ground beef makes for some great super low fat tacos, burritos, and it can make all those old favorite ground beef recipes a lot leaner than if you used regular ground beef and consequently you may want to eat your favorite meals more often! We continue to be stunned at how lean this beef is...try some, you will be amazed. You can order right here.
Here's the set up...we put regular, lean, extra lean, and Skinny Beef ground beef on the grill below:
But, it gets better! I found some of the leanest beef you can buy - 96% Lean with only 4% Fat - and our special Skinny Beef premium ground beef beat it hands down!
The proof is in the grill...it tells the story instantly:
Skinny Beef premium ground beef is so much "Skinnier" than the competition, and our ground beef has filet mignon, top sirloin steak, flank steak, round steak, stew meat, and other premium cuts all mixed in to make it taste better too! It is grass fed and grass finished, is processed at a USDA inspected meat processor, and is better tasting in our opinion than "fat" cattle beef!
The nutritional profile on Skinny Beef ground beef has a similar profile to Bison...and have you priced Bison beef lately? I did...in California...at Whole Foods...$24.99 per pound for NY Strip Loin, $10.99 per pound for stew meat...both of these cuts we have ground into our Skinny Beef! Start eating right today, order now!
Here are some more shots from our older grill that we took when we first started comparing various ground beef items to see how our Skinny Beef ground beef compared:
Here is as good as it gets with most "extra lean ground beef" from 'fat' cattle...this meat is good, I bought it at Albertson's, the cattle were never given antibiotics or added growth hormones, and the label claimed "grass-fed". So, this is supposed to be a pretty good for you, pretty low fat burger. BUT look at the amount of fat that is draining off of these burgers! It is significantly more than our premium Skinny Beef Steak burgers, yet this is as good as it gets with what you can buy in most traditional meat counters across our great country.
Super Expensive Patties via the internet from some place in Omaha...:)
For a gazillion dollars a pound, you can have grain fed (not grass fed - I encourage you to do your own research on this subject), fat filled burger patties. Wow, and I also ate a bunch of my mom's chocolate fudge on the same night...what was I thinking?!? :)
As Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru states on his supermarketguru.com under Healthy Choices at the Meat Case: "For the best-tasting beef, think grass-fed. Grass-fed beef is now available in most stores, and this meat comes from cattle that roam freely in open pastures and eat natural (and healthier) grasses and no grains. The meat is also free from growth hormones and antibiotics. Grass-fed beef has a different nutritional profile than conventional beef: half as much fat, twice as much omega-3 fatty acids, and higher level of vitamin E."
Ok, not a gazillion...but $17.99 per pound after shipping! BTW, quick note on the side...if you order once, these guys will e-mail you at least once per day and will also call you...they are relentless in chasing re-orders! I promise I will never hound my customers like this!
Regular 80/20 burgers from the local grocery store.
This was actually kind of fun...when I did this picture, I had never cooked regular burgers on the George Foreman Grill - fun because the burgers were so slick (fatty) that they kept sliding toward the front of the grill! As you can see, lots and lots of fat...I even poured it out on the dirt outside as I didn't want this much fat going down the disposal and coating all of my house pipes...not to mention my arteries! Enough said!