Dan Wilde shows his process of grinding wild game meat. It helps to keep your meat cold when grinding. He puts parts of his grinder into the freezer beforehand to try and keep things chilled and running smoothly. After cleaning the meat, he cuts it into manageable sized pieces.
He personally likes to add beef suet to his ground meat, which is totally optional as many people prefer 100% lean meat. Its common to do a initial grind through a coarse plate, then finishing with a finer grind second time through.
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