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How to Wrap Meat to Freeze

The most effective way for freezing meat is to use quality freezer paper that is waxed or poly-coated on one side

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Revolutionize The Way You Seal Food

No more wasted food because it was freezer burned or sealing bags 2-3+ times because there were air pockets with a chamber sealer.

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Field Dressing Knife Kit
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Field Dressing Solutions You Need for Hunting

Make sure you are prepared in the field with all of the necessary deer processing equipment. Turn to LEM products for your game processing needs....

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Why You Should Use Meat Processing Saws

Meat saws are a must-have for butchers and home chefs alike. Visit LEM Products online to learn more about how our meat saws can simplify...

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3 Reasons to Process Your Own Game

Many hunters who start processing their meat can’t imagine going back to the way they did it before. Let’s explore some of these benefits.

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LEM Commercial Meat Grinder
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4 Benefits of Using a Commercial Meat Grinder

Whether you hunt your own game or are simply very particular about your meat, investing in a commercial meat grinder just makes sense.

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Taking A Big Bite Out Of Venison Jerky

Read how a Big Bite slicer helps with the jerky making process!

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Cured vs Fresh Sausage
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Botulism: Why You Should Care

Are you canning your fresh vegetables? Curing your own meats? Whatever the reason as to why you might be in your kitchen preparing food- you will...

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venison processing chart

Get In The Game. When you clean and butcher your harvest yourself, you reap the rewards for months to come. Here are 5 good reasons...

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5 Methods of Food Preservation

Dehydrating, Smoking, Canning, Vacuum Sealing, and Curing. Learn the history behind these techniques.

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