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For 4-5 hamburgers:

Cook the minced onions with the coconut oil and/or butter gently over low heat until tender; do not brown. Set aside to cool.

In a medium bowl mix beef, seasonings and egg together. Shape into patties.

Pan-broil (fry) with some expeller pressed coconut oil for 4-5 minutes per side, or until it has reached desired doneness.

Sprinkle some organic soy sauce over each burger and serve.

Note: You can shape any remaining hamburger mixture into patties and freeze in zip lock bags.

Recipe submitted by Simi, Los Angeles, CA

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This use of oil (VCO) is especially good with bison or lean beef or turkey, which is not moist enough from fat to make a juicy burger. I have not made them quite this way before but always add the VCO and, believe it or not, all the other ingredients you mentioned, kneading them into the meat or fowl. I like your method and can't wait to try it.
Thank you for sharing your recipe. Aloha, Polly
# Posted By Polly | 4/2/09 4:28 PM

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