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Need to grind some meat ? Looking to dehydrate some fruits and vegetables? Preserve your herb garden to enjoy all year long?

Find the how-to’s to these questions and more in our guides from the experts in the Weston Test Kitchen.

Click for The Carnivore's Toolkit: Everything You Need For DIY Processing

Weston is your home for game and meat processing. From knives and grinders to sausage stuffers and vacuum sealers, we offer a wide range of equipment for setting up your own personal butcher shop.  Whether you’re a hunter, an angler or a home chef, you’ll have the tools you need to be efficient, creative and successful. 

Click for The Appliance for the 21st Century Hunter-Gatherer

You can use a vacuum sealer to keep meats, fish,  fruits and vegetables, liquid foods and dry goods fresher longer. Essentially, it’s a way to extend your eating season. Your seasonal window for bagging deer or catching rockfish may be just weeks, but with a vacuum sealer you can enjoy the spoils of your hunt and catch all year long. 

Click for The 365 Day Season: Preserve your food with a vacuum sealer 

You can use a vacuum sealer to keep fruits and vegetables, meats, fish, liquid foods and dry goods fresher longer. Essentially, it’s a way to extend your eating season. Learn more about the benefits of using a vacuum sealer.

Click for An Introduction to Sous Vide Cooking

Are you interested in learning the 4 basic steps  of sous-vide cooking?  It’s as easy as prep, package, cook and finish. Soon you'll be cooking like a pro.

Click for How To Dehydrate Herbs

Extend the shelf life of extra herbs, fruits, veggies and even meats by dehydrating them. Excess food can be turned into snacks like jerky, chips and fruit rolls or preserved for use in later recipes. And it all happens with little more than the push of a button. 

Click for Tips For Dehydrating

Extend the shelf life of extra herbs, fruits, veggies and even meats by dehydrating them. Excess food can be turned into snacks like jerky, chips and fruit rolls or preserved for use in later recipes. And it all happens with little more than the push of a button. 

Click for Tips and Tricks for Grinding Meat

Now you can cut the game processing company out of the equation. Or buy the whole cow from your local farmer. And make sausages. And burgers. And jerky. All fresh, from scratch.

But wait! Before you go all in, here are some tips and tricks that you should know to ensure you keep that meat grinder working properly and that the ground meat pouring out of it is the best possible quality. We've got you covered. We put together 12 tips to help you master the meat grinder.

 

Click for 10 Ways to Make Better Burgers

Perfecting the burger involves a number of considerations from knowing which tools to use and perfecting grind techniques to choosing the right blend of meats and toppings. Weston can help up your game with these 10 ways to make better burgers.

 

Click for The Benefits of Using a Burger Press

Burger presses create consistently shaped and sized burgers, keeping the meat fresh and cold by lessening the need for handling. A densely packed burger doesn't need binding ingredients either, resulting in a pure pattie. Learn more about the benefits of using a burger press.

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