A Meat Grinder Is an Essential Piece of Restaurant Equipment
Protein is a large portion of any restaurant business. Beef, chicken and any meat in between make up the bulk of many restaurant sales. If that's the case, why should you be limited in the way you serve or prepare these foods? Consider adding a meat grinder to your stock of restaurant equipment.
Making your own ground meat has more benefits than it may seem at first glance. The small amount of extra work aside, grinding your own meat can really make a difference in the quality of your dishes. Beef, for example, comes in a variety of qualities. These different qualities are given grades, from prime - which is the best - down to cutter and canner, which is the worst quality meat. When buying ground beef from a store, often it is cutter and canner beef that is used to make those products. The lowest quality of any protein are very often the ones sold as ground meat.
Quality food is likely the goal of any restaurant, as the better the food the better the business. That being the case, having a meat grinder could greatly increase the quality of ground meat that goes into Tex-Mex dishes, shepherd's pie, and any other uses of ground meat that you can think of. A meat grinder will allow you to buy higher quality meat and grind it yourself, making better tasting and better graded food.
Similarly, grinding your own meat will allow you to create better foods by giving you the opportunity to grind in fresh seasonings with the meat, beginning the process of adding flavor earlier and with fresher ingredients.
Homemade sausage is another good use for a meat grinder, allowing you to season whatever kind of meat you wish, and put together a special high quality sausage that your customers will love. Good food is almost always noticed and a meat grinder can help make your food the best.