Buying ground beef in bulk is a sure-fire way to stretch your burger dollars. Best of all, when you make burgers at home, you get them exactly the way you like them. Just try getting finely chopped onions mixed into any fast-food burger. Like a splash of Worcestershire sauce to round out the flavor? Forget it if you ainâ€™t making it at home. No matter what your favorite burger recipe may be, thereâ€™s a good chance you are going to need a storage solution.
Since ground beef doesnâ€™t come in packages rounded to an exact appetite, itâ€™s usually appropriate to buy more than you need. Having frozen burgers patiently waiting in the freezer is a comforting thought to burger lovers. You are going to need something to keep all those emergency burgers from sticking to each other. Johnson-Rose Hamburger Patty Paper is designed to do the trick. At a cost of $15.00 for a pack of 1500, no matter how much you love burgers you should be covered for the foreseeable future. For an add-on cost of a penny a burger, I think itâ€™s a well-spent investment.